Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, March 14, 2011 at 9:14pm.

There is no terminating decimal that, when squared, equals 2. It can also be proved that there is no repeating decimal that, when squared, equals 2. Therefore, The square root of 2 is

a.) a rational number

b.) no a rational number

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