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# Show the conjecture is false by finding a counterexample.

The square root of any positive integer x is always less than x.

## The correct answer is: the given statement is false

### We have given the statement

The square root of any positive integer x is always less than

Let us take any positive integer x

We consider that the square root of any interger x is always less than x

But if we consider integer 1 then,

The square root of 1 is 1.

Which is not less than 1

So, the given statement is false

So, the given statement is false

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