True/False: If a real number is not irrational, then it is rational.

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True/False: If a real number is not irrational, then it is rational.

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true since real numbers are either rational or irrational
actually...if you extend definition to a complex number then it could be false
since a real number can be complex

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A real number can be complex, but a complex number is not always real. Real numbers are a subset of complex numbers, so considering them here is incorrect.
Or, rather, all real numbers *are* complex, but all complex numbers are not real.
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but in this case is true? how did I know if the number is real? thank you guys
The problem specifically limits the numbers you're considering to the real numbers.
okey that help thanks
Use the commutative property of multiplication to rewrite the given expression. (w + 13)(–14)
where I start to rewrite in this problem?
Try asking it on the left, more people will see it :)

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