Q. 314.4( 14 Votes )
Find the smallest natural no. by which 1200 should be multiplied so that the square root of the product is a rational number.
Here we have to find out smallest number by which should be multiplied to make the square root of product a rational number, so will first find
Let the number to be multiplied be x.
Now according to the condition,
So, 3 is the smallest natural number that needs to be multiplied with 1200, so as to make the product a rational number.
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