anonymous
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What is a rational equation
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I basically need to know what's the difference form rational equation to a irrational equation?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you mean expression or equation?
anonymous
  • anonymous
equation

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anonymous
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Okay, let me see what I can do for you<3
anonymous
  • anonymous
one equation for which at least one solution is a rational number, and the other an irrational number.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I honestly not to sure what it is....little confusing
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://www.icoachmath.com/math_dictionary/Rational_Equation.html A rational equation is one involving a ratio of expressions, that is, one expression (such as a polynomial) divided by another. In a quick Web search for the phrase "irrational equation", the only mathematical references I found were in lists of topics covered in high school algebra courses. Thus it appears that this is a pedagogical term only, not one that mathematicians use in the "real world" (after graduation). The closest I could see to a definition is something like "an equation involving radicals". I would not use the term "irrational equation" for this; I'd just say "radical equation". Source: http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/60765.html
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you sure you don't mean rational and irrational numbers?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no...thats what my professor typed
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm so happy to help<3
anonymous
  • anonymous
ty
anonymous
  • anonymous
You're so very welcome Md
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well, it seems rational equations contain fractional terms and irrational contain square roots...
anonymous
  • anonymous
An irrational equation is "an equation having an unknown raised to some fractional power. Also known as radical equation. " Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/irrational-equation#ixzz1x6c8g5MS

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