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between which two consecutive integers does the square root lie 123

The square roots lie between -10 and +10.

It's the other way around. The square root of 46 lies between 6 and 7.

The square root of 207 is between 14 and 15

The square root of 17 lies between the integers 4 and 5.

They are: 14 and 15

Between 16 and 17.

18 and 19

2 and 3

The square of 3 is 9, which does not lie between consecutive integers. Perhaps you mean the square root of 3, which lies between 1 and 2.

The square root of 91 is between 9 and 10

7 and 8

They are 7 and 8

The integers are 7 and 8

The square root of 94 would lie between 9 (9x9=81) and 10 (10x10=100).

I think you have it backwards. The two integers with the square root of 61 BETWEEN them are 7 and 8.

252 = 625 262 = 676 The square root of 652 lies between 25 and 26.

Between 3 and 4.

Between 2 and 3.

10 and 11 or -11 and -10

The square root of 92 will be +/- 9.59. It lies between the consecutive integers of 9 and 10.

It lies between 9 and 10. The square-root of 82 is nine point 'something'

They lie between the integers -6 and +6.

No. This can be shown by the fact that the square of 2 is 4, and the square of 3 is 9. As 2 and 3 are successive integers, the square root of 8 must lie between them.

The positive square root of 64 is exactly equal to 8.