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Q: What is the positive square root of 41 is between?

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Irrational. The square root of a positive integer is either an integer, or an irrational number.

It's the other way around. The square root of 41 lies between 6 and 7.

the square root of 164= 2x the square root of 41

the square root of 164= 2x the square root of 41

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The square root of 41 is an irrational , algebraic, real number. It is real, is the root of an polynomial equation with integer coefficients, but can not be expressed as a ratio of integers.

sqrt(41) cannot be simplified so it remains radical(41).

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The answer is 6.40312424

41

No.

41-5= 36 so square root of 36 is 6

x = 41 √x = √41 √x ≈ 6.4

41 41X41=1681

square root of 81 is 9...and plus 32 is 41.so the answer is 41

It is 6.4

Between 6 and 7 6 x 6 = 36 7 x 7 = 49

sqrt(4159) = 64.4903, approx.

Yes in fact the root of all prime numbers is irrational.

The square root of a composite number is not always an irrational number. e.g. 4 is a composite number and its square root is 41/2 = 2, which is rational number.

sqrt(656) = sqrt(16*41) = sqrt(16)*sqrt(41) = 4*sqrt(41)

No, there is no numbers that are between 41 and 49 because in order to have an odd number of factors it needs to be a perfect square. 49 is the only perfect square between 41 to 49.

Assuming you mean consecutive numbers are integers, then: The integers will be the two integers between which the square root of 1722 lies. Calculating the square root of 1722 using the "long" division method: ________4__1 _____---------- ___4|_17_22 _______16 _______--- __81|__122 __________81 __________--- __________41 The square root of 1722 is 41.<something>, thus it lies between 41 and 42, so: 1722 = 41 × 42

Using a calculator or by trial and error which is 41

Yes.