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Q: What two whole number fall between 65 square?

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10 and 11

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The square root of 99 falls between the whole numbers 9 and 10.Because 102 = 100and 92 = 8199 is between 81 and 100, so when you square root it, it falls between 9 and 10.

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Nothing can fall "between 77". 77 is one number; you need an interval for any numbers to fall BETWEEN.

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They are: 18 and 19

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11 and 12

5 and 6

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