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When you type it into a calculator it gives you an answer with a certain amount of decimal points,

the calculator is of course software programmed by a group of people who can't possibly

know the square root of 2 to the last descimal point, so is it

correctly assumed that you will never be able to define the square root of a number like 2,3,5 to the last

decimal point because the number of descimal points of 2,3,5 goes to infinity?

So the square root of 2 is undefined to the last descimal point.