is an irrational number.
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Step by Step Explanation:
- Let's assume is a rational number.
Therefore, we can find two integers, a and b, such that,
= [where, b is not equal to zero.]
is a rational number as a and b are integers.
Therefore, √11 is a rational which contradicts to the fact that √11 is Irrational.
Hence, our assumption is false and is irrational.
- Therefore, is an irrational number.