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  1. mathslover
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    6

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    oh sorry it is 4

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  3. UnkleRhaukus
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    close

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  4. mathslover
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    wht is the question?

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    114 = 114 what else can it be??

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    yep ..

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    simplify?

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    oh

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    I like 114 too!

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    \[100 ( \pi - 2)\] is only an approximation

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    CXIV

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    is a factor of 37^2-1

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    hey computer geeks. 114-> 'r'

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    |dw:1347362503142:dw|

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    in "HINDI LNGUAGE" EK SAU CHAUUDAH

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    integer, rational, real, natural

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    how is it rational?

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  18. UnkleRhaukus
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    explain?

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    228/2

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    |dw:1347362733253:dw|

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    is pi rational ? |dw:1347274177216:dw|

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    pi is not an integer

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    SORRY it is a irrational number

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    & irrational numbers can't be represented as ratio

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    |dw:1347274330929:dw|

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    being able to divide a number by one in not a test if the number is rational

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    'Irrational numbers' are called "irrational" because they can't be written as the ratio of two whole numbers.

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    & \(\pi\) is a \("Irrational \space number"\)

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    |dw:1347363419631:dw|

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    \[2\times3\times19\]|dw:1347274678199:dw|

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    276

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    ?

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  33. jiteshmeghwal9
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    19*2=38 38*3=114

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    \[19(6)=114\] \[19+6=25\] square (2) \[114=(25^2-19^2-6^2)/2\]

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