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Which number is irrational?
3/17
√25
0.6.....( the dots mean it go on forever)
√33***

Which numbers are rational? Select all that apply.
3.14****
√50
2.3****
√144

Which of the following is a possible measure of the area of a square rug whose dimensions are in whole feet?
18 square feet
24 square fee
36 square feet***
48 square feet

Based on your answer to the previous question, what would the length of one side of the rug be?
4 feet
6 feet
8 feet
9 feet ******

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  1. Please be patient and wait for a math tutor to come online.

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  2. Oh i have been waiting.... for more than a hour

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  3. From what I have learned by reading our math tutors' replies, I'd say your first three answers are correct, but the 4th one is incorrect.

    To square a number, you must multiply a number by itself, right?
    2'x2'=4 square feet or
    10'x10'=100 square feet?

    Rethink #4, based on what you answered for #3.

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  4. So what r the answers

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  5. Here are the answers:
    1.D
    2.B
    3.B
    4.C,D,
    5.C
    6.B

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  6. @Here are the answers... thank you so much I needed this

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  7. Thanks!! I got 6/6 100%!!
    I really appreciate it.

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  9. xD Yezz He's right, Thanks for This

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  10. Me is wrong. I just got 57%

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