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For

**50**to be an**irrational number**, the quotient of two integers canNOT equal**50**. In other words, for**50**to be an**irrational number**,**50**canNOT be expressed as a ratio where both the numerator and denominator are integers (whole**numbers**). Thus, the answer to the question "**Is 50 an irrational number**?" is NO.

Also know, is 50% a rational number?

Answer and Explanation: The square root of **50** is not a **rational number**. We can tell this easily because **50** is not a perfect square. There isn't an integer, which is a **number**

**49**is an

**irrational number**. EXPLANATION: The square root of

**49**is 7, which is an integer, and therefore rational. (T/F): The square root of 16 is an

**irrational number**.

Correspondingly, is 50 squared a irrational number?

Explanation: The **square** root of **50** is not a whole **number**, or even a rational **number**. It is an **irrational number**, but you can simplify it or find rational approximations for it.

Answer and Explanation: The square root of **100** is **a rational number**. To find the square root of **100**, consider the factors of **100**. These are: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 25, 50 and **100**.