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Which of these is a rational number? 3.14 square root of 3 square root of 2 1.3 with a line over tope of 3

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    Dierdra saw a pole that was supported by a wire as shown. She calculated that the wire was the square root of 1,625 feet long. Between which two numbers is the value of square root of 1,625 located?

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    |dw:1361549684043:dw|

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    what's the last option? use Equation app to writ it down

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    |dw:1361550288066:dw| @experimentX that's the last option

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    does anyone know what it is

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    yes ... it is 1.3333333333333333333333333............. can you write it down as ratio of two numbers?

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    ok thanks

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    when you have that bar ... over some numbers, then it means that number keeps repeating. eg |dw:1361550634265:dw|

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    such repeating numbers are rational numbers ... just multiply it by 100 or (in your case 10) and subtract from the original number.

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    |dw:1361551025340:dw|

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    what about the pole line one

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    what pole line?

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    |dw:1361551174304:dw|

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    57 thatgirlisheres 1Dierdra saw a pole that was supported by a wire as shown. She calculated that the wire was the square root of 1,625 feet long. Between which two numbers is the value of square root of 1,625 located?

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    If I was on earlier then I would have gave the answer, but the others already did... v_v

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    find two perfect squares below and above 1625 |dw:1361551481511:dw|

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    now im confused

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    |dw:1361551624645:dw|

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    |dw:1361551710659:dw|

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    so do i multply them or something

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    ohhhh i get it nvm thx

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    no ... your answer is 40 and 41

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    bye thx for your help

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