Simple answer is NO. The AC requires 120 volt, alternating current (60 cycles per second) at about 15 to 10 amperes. and your batteries put out 12 volt direct current.
An inverter will convert 12 volts DC to 120 volts AC however standard batteries do not have the current capacity to supply the necessary power.
From high school science class, Ohms law is I=E/R where I=current, E=volts, and R=Resistance.
For this problem the resistance doesn't change.
So 15 amps AC requires about 10 times the current from the battery or 150 amps. It would actually require more due to losses in the system.
For most folks this is cost prohibitive to buy the batteries and inverter capable of running the AC.
Hope this helps.
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