The square root of (any number that isn't a perfect square) is irrational.
It is a rational number because it can be expressed as a fraction in the form of 11/30 whereas irrational numbers can't be expressed as fractions
The square root of 30 to the nearest hundredth is: ± 5.48
The square root of 900 is ±30 because 30 * 30 = 900 and -30 x -30 = 900
The square root simplifies to six times the square root of five. The decimal form of that is approximately 13.41640786
No because the square root of 900 is 30 which is a rational number
No. The square root of 900 is 30, which is most definitely a rational number.
No, it is irrational.
Yes; the square root of 900 is 30 which is a rational number.
Cubes of all numbers are irrational numbers, if they're not natural
No, only perfect squares like 25 and 36, which are around 30, have a square root that is a rational number.
Because it can't be expressed as a fraction
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There is no exact answer because it is irrational. It is approximately 42.42 For an answer with more significant figures, ask your calculator for square root(1800).