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1.Which number is irrational?
Incorrect answer A. StartFraction 3 over 17 EndFraction
Incorrect answer B. StartRoot 25 EndRoot
Incorrect answer C. 0 point Modifying above 6 with bar
Correct answer D. StartRoot 33 EndRoot
2.What is StartRoot 16 EndRoot?
Incorrect answer A. 2
Correct answer B. 4
Incorrect answer C. 8
Incorrect answer D. 256
3.What two integers is StartRoot 70 EndRootbetween?
Incorrect answer A. 7 and 8
Correct answer B. 8 and 9
Incorrect answer C. 9 and 10
Incorrect answer D. 35 and 36
4.Which numbers are rational? Select all that apply.
Incorrect answer A. pi
Incorrect answer B. Start root 50 End root
Correct answer C. 2 point modifying above 3 with bar
Correct answer D. start root 144 end root
5.Which of the following is a possible measure of the area of a square rug whose dimensions are in whole feet?
Incorrect answer A. 18 square feet
Incorrect answer B. 24 square feet
Correct answer C. 36 square feet
Incorrect answer D. 48 square feet
6.Based on your answer to the previous question, what would the length of one side of the rug be?
Incorrect answer A. 4 feet
Correct answer B. 6 feet
Incorrect answer C. 8 feet
Incorrect answer D. 9 feet

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