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Is 23 a rational or irrational number?

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A rational number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction p/q of two integers, with the denominator q not equal to zero.
Its a rational number, all rational numbers are just counting numbers (1,2,3,5,77,453, etc.) An example of an irrational number is Pi, 3.14.
An irrational number is any number that CANNOT be expressed as the quotient or fraction.

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\(23 = \dfrac{23}{1}\) It can be expressed as the fraction. So it is a...
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It's rational number rite
Yes.
Is 23 real a number
It is a real number.
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