5 or -6.
Square them both, find a non-square integer between those two results, and then take the square root of that number. In other words, find a non-square integer between 25 and 49, and since there is only one square number between them, 36, that should be easy; let's pick 42, and then take the square root of it. Ta da! âˆš42 is an irrational number between 5 and 7, its first 30 digits being 6.48074069840786023096596743608.
No. You don't get an integer if you take the square root of 30. By way of example, 25 (5x5) is a square number, as is 36 (6x6).
To find 12 percent of a number, multiply the number by 0.12. For example, 12 percent of 30 is equal to 0.12 x 30 = 3.6.
simplest form to find out the percentage of a number is to take the percentage (30), turn it into a decimal 30/100 = .30 and multiply by the number that you want the percentage of (215). .30*215=64.5
There are two solution: -3 and +2.
Let the number be x If: 2x+60 = 120 Then: x = 30
36 is the square number between 30 and 45
36 is a square number between 30 & 40. 36 is 6 squared.
There are 9 square feet to one square yard, so divide the number of square feet by 9 to find the number of square yards.
5 52+5 = 30