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JokerSmart

  • one year ago

Which number is irrational?

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  1. JokerSmart
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  2. anonymous
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    Example of an irrational number: 5.3406829 all the way too infinity.

  3. anonymous
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    I'd throw all of those into a calculator and see which ones gives an answer like LegendarySadist's example number (as in it has infinite decimal digits)

  4. Er.Mohd.AMIR
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    irrational numbers are not written in from of p/q where p and are integer and q not zero.

  5. JokerSmart
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    I'm pretty sure the people who commented before you had already spoken of it.

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