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irrational square root of 121 = 11 square root of 1.21 = 1.1 square root of 12.1 = 3.47...

No, because the square root of 11 is an irrational number

The square root of 121 is 11 which is a rational number and it is also a prime number

If you mean 36 minus 25 then the square root of 11 is an irrational number

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The square root of negative 11 is an imaginary number, i.e., sqrt(-11) = sqrt(11) i where i is the imaginary unit = sqrt(-1). sqrt(11) is indeed irrational. In fact, the square root of any integer which is not a power of two is irrational.

The square root of 121 is 11, and 11 is a rational number.

An irrational number is a number that never ends. An example of an irrational square root would be the square root of 11.

The square root of 121 is 11 which is a rational number

it is rational

The square root of -121 is imaginary. It has value of i11.It is not rational, irrational, nor real. The coefficient of i, 11, is real and rational, but the result of multiplying i by 11 is imaginary.Now, The Coefficient of (i11) is a complex number, because when dealing with i, the true form is the square root of -1, and so this also means that you still have 2 answers, positive and negative i11, and so the square root of -121 is imaginary, or complex rational number. But, because it is complex, it is not truly rational, all this means is that you end up with aninteger in your complex answer. So, To answer your question, the answer is non of the above, just imaginary. and the value is plus or minus (i11).

The square root of 121 is 11 which is not an irrational number.

Yes. The square root of a fraction is the square root of the numerator over the square root of the denominator. First simplify the fraction (making mixed numbers into improper fractions). Now consider the numerator and denominator separately as whole numbers. Only perfect squares (the squares of whole numbers) have rational square roots. If either, or both, of the numerator and denominator is not a perfect square, the square root of the fraction will be irrational √(11/6) = (√11)/(√6). Neither 11 nor 6 is a perfect square, thus √(11/6) is irrational.

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It is a rational number, square root is 11

The square root of 121 is 11 which is a rational number and also a prime number

The square root of 121 is 11 which is a rational number and also a prime number

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No, it is 11. Lol.

Because it's 11, and 11 is a rational number.

No, because 11 squared is 121 which is a rational number

Yes - the square root of 121 is equal to Â±11.

No because it will be an irrational number

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