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Q: Is 11 over 42 an irrational number?

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The square root of 42 is an irrational number

Yes, it is.

56 over 42 (56/42) in lowest terms is 4/3 or 11/3

Using the Pythagorean Theorem, a2 +b2=c2 where c is the hypotenuse. So if we say that the legs are equal to 4 cm and 5 cm respectively we can rewrite the equation 42+52=c2 -> 16+25=41=c2 so then, c= the square root of 41, which is an irrational number.

75% = ¾. 42 is ¾ of 56.

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The square root of 42 is an irrational number

-42 is rational. All integers are rational numbers as they can be expressed as the number over 1 which, being one integer over another integer, is the form of a rational number.

Yes.

There is no precise answer because it is an irrational number

11/42 = 26.19%

To find what 53/42 is in simplest form, divide 53 by 42 to find out whst the whole number will be. The whole number is 1 with 11 remainder, so the mixed bumber is 1 11/42. Since 11 is a prime number, tjhe answer is in simplest form.

42/11 = 3.8181 . . .

Irrational.

11/42 + 5/18 = 34/63

42 over 5 as a mixed number = 82/5

2*23/11 = 46/11 = 42/112*23/11 = 46/11 = 42/112*23/11 = 46/11 = 42/112*23/11 = 46/11 = 42/11

Yes, it is.

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