the square of an integer will always be an integer
The square root of an integer is a CYCLOTOMIC integer.
no, the square root of an integer will not always be another integer. take the integer 27, for example. the square root of 27 is about 5.1961, which is not an integer.No eg square root of 17 is 4.1231056...
Yes it will.
No, the square root of an integer will not always be an integer. It may or may not be. The square root of nine is three, both of which are integers. The square root of two is not an integer. In fact, it is not even a rational number.
Yes. The square of an integer is just the number times itself. For any two whole numbers that are multiplied, the answer is always an integer (i.e. no decimals).
No. The square root of an integer is always either an integer or an irrational number.
a positive integer
38 is not a perfect square. Its square root is a fraction and the square root of a perfect square is always an integer.