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Q: Irrational number between 11 and 12 on a number line?

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It is a rational number and also a prime number

NO this number is way far from irrational, first of all let's classify this number, it's an integer, whole number, rational, even a perfect square. This number has two numbers that are not irrational. one example is 11, 11 those numbers are rational so the product can't be irrational.

No because it will be an irrational number

1.3 in a number line is between 1 and 2 .

irrational square root of 121 = 11 square root of 1.21 = 1.1 square root of 12.1 = 3.47...

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The square root of 11 is an irrational number

The square root of 45

No.

11 is a rational number.

The square root of 121 is 11 which is not an irrational number.

There are infinite numbers match to this description. For example: 11,111111.......(and so on), 11,22222..., 11,55555555....., 11,99999999... and many more I can't write here.

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No because 11/42 is a rational number

An irrational number is a number that never ends. An example of an irrational square root would be the square root of 11.

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NO this number is way far from irrational, first of all let's classify this number, it's an integer, whole number, rational, even a perfect square. This number has two numbers that are not irrational. one example is 11, 11 those numbers are rational so the product can't be irrational.

It is a rational number and also a prime number

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