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It is irrational, because it is not a perfect square. For example, if you have a number that is perfect like the square root of 100, it would be 10, which is a rational number. An irrational number like 16.4 which would be a not so accurate result like 6.447583839, those are Irrational Numbers. Hope this helps!

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A ratio of nonzero integers is always rational.
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The above statement is false.
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The square root of (any number that isn't a perfect square) is irrational.

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A ratio of nonzero integers is always rational.

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