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thatgirlisheres

  • 2 years ago

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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  1. thatgirlisheres
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  2. thatgirlisheres
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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?

  3. thatgirlisheres
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    |dw:1361549684043:dw|

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

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

  7. thatgirlisheres
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    does anyone know what it is

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

  9. thatgirlisheres
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    ok thanks

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

  11. experimentX
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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.

  12. wolfgirl
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    |dw:1361551025340:dw|

  13. thatgirlisheres
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    what about the pole line one

  14. experimentX
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    what pole line?

  15. thatgirlisheres
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    |dw:1361551174304:dw|

  16. thatgirlisheres
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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?

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

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

  19. thatgirlisheres
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    now im confused

  20. experimentX
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    |dw:1361551624645:dw|

  21. experimentX
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    |dw:1361551710659:dw|

  22. thatgirlisheres
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    so do i multply them or something

  23. thatgirlisheres
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    ohhhh i get it nvm thx

  24. experimentX
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    no ... your answer is 40 and 41

  25. thatgirlisheres
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    bye thx for your help

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