Q: Is the square root of 170 a rational number?

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The square root of 170 is 13.0384... Since it does not have an integer as its square root, it is not a square number.

169

It would be radical 170, because 170 cannot factor anything outside of the radical.

170.0

12x12=144 13x13=169 14x14=198 170 is close to 13x13 but less than 14x14

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The square root of 170 is 13.0384... Since it does not have an integer as its square root, it is not a square number.

169

13.038404810405297429165943114858

Yes, they are.

It would be radical 170, because 170 cannot factor anything outside of the radical.

170.00

170.0

12x12=144 13x13=169 14x14=198 170 is close to 13x13 but less than 14x14

They are all square numbers, and 170 isn't a square number. Very easy..

Using Pythagoras' theorem it is 10 times the square root of 2 which is about 14 feet

170 square meters = 1,829.86 square feet

170 x 170 = 28,900