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No, the square root of 47 is around 6.8556546. Any time you have a square root of a Prime number you can never be rational.

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The square root of 2209 is 47.

47 is a whole number, integer and rational.

47.

sqrt(47) = 6.8556546 approx. It cannot be expressed exactly as a fraction because it is an irrational number.

sqrt(47) = 6.9, to the nearest tenths.

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The square root of 47 is an irrational number.

It is an irrational number.

Do you want (square root of 18) * 47 = 199.4041123 or the square root of (18 * 47) = 29.0867914 ?

The square root of 2209 is 47.

47 is a whole number, integer and rational.

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Yes. The square root of any positive integer can only be either an integer (if the number, for example 49, happens to be a perfect square), or an irrational number.

To figure this out, I always start with square roots I know, and that are close to 47. So, first, I would figure out that the square root of a number such as 36 is 6. The square root of 49 is 7. Now, since there are no other whole numbers between 6 and 7, and the square root of 47 falls between the square root of 36 and 49, we can say that the square root of 47 is between the whole numbers 6 and 7.

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47.

47 is not a square number but it is a prime number

sqrt(47) = 6.8556546 approx. It cannot be expressed exactly as a fraction because it is an irrational number.

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