no, the square root of an integer will not always be another integer. take the integer 27, for example. the square root of 27 is about 5.1961, which is not an integer. No eg square root of 17 is 4.1231056...

No, the square root of an integer will not always be an integer. It may or may not be. The square root of nine is three, both of which are integers. The square root of two is not an integer. In fact, it is not even a rational number.