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Identify the number as rational or irrational. Explain. 291.87

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Can this number be written as an integer/integer?
i have no idea
If so it it rational If not it is irrational

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291 87/100
So based on what radar posted what conclusion can you draw?
i dont even understand what he put i dont even understand the question
Basically it is asking if you can write it as an integer over and integer or not
\[\text{ example } 21.23 \text{ is rational because } 21.23=\frac{2123}{100} \]
2123 and 100 are integers
10.421=10421/1000 is rational too
so another words it rational because its equivalent to a fraction
a fraction that is only composed of integers integers are {...,-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,...}
wow im confused
an example of irrational is 2.533333343536346346436346363634564352345325235.... keeps going and has no pattern
your number terminates so it is rational
if the decimal part has a pattern it would also be rational since it can be written as an integer over an integer
just like one that terminates can be written as an integer over an integer
pattern or terminates=> rational
no pattern and forever never ending=>irrational
is that less complicated?
Some irrational numbers are pi, the square root of 2, and many others.
yes thank you
Good luck with these, you will find irrational things in life. They are real, but can't be expressed exactly.

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