It is not the square of a whole number; but it is the square of a real number. If you calculate the square root of 23, you will get a real number. That real number times itself will equal 23. But the square root will not be a simple whole number. It will have an endless decimal fraction.
The next square number after 16 is 25
100 is the next square number (10 x 10)
The square root of the number 23 = ± 4.795832
0.79 is a rational number but the square root of 23 is an irrational number
No. Such a number is referred to as a perfect square. The closest perfect square to 23 is 25, the square root of which is 5.
5 square is 25 so the next square number will be 6 square i.e. 36.
The next square number after ten (which is not a square number) is 16. Sixteen has five factors.
No. Square root of 23 is irrational.
No, but √-23 is. An imaginary number is the square root of a negative number.
49 equals 72, and the next square number is 82 = 64.
no 23 is a prime number
9 is the square number after 8.
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29 is the next prime no.
The next perfect square after 78 is 81 (Â±92).
The next perfect square after 81 (92) is 100 (102).
The pattern is +5, +6, +7, so the next number will be 23 + 8 or 31.
Every next number is increased by 5. The next number in the sequence is 23.
There really is no answer, since you can square any real number.
no 81 is a square number the next square number is 100
The next prime after 19 is 23
23 because 97321+23 = 97344 which is a square number and its square root is 312
No because its a prime number