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Do you know what is an irrational number?

Isn't it a number that can be put in decimal form or percentage form?

can't*

Oops

Are the terms clear to you now?

Somewhat

Yes

Right?

Good!

Okay

So a number that can become a Fraction or a decimal correct?

All repeting decimals can be converted to a fraction.

Oooookay

So we're looking for a number that can't be turned into a fraction right?

Right!
If you need further help, let me know.

Oops

Option C and D were supposed to be 4 to the fourth and 6 to the fourth

I knew there was a typo! So are you all good now?

Yes I think it would be D I don't know if I'm correct though

To avoid communication errors, please give me the answer and not the letter.

Oh okay sorry ^-^

6 to the fourth

You said that repeating decimals can be turned into fractions and A and B are both repeating

And 4 to the fourth is 2

You there?

Hello?

well pi is irrational.... so dividing it by anything results in an irrational number.

Oh sorry

I mistyped earlier

4 and 6 are supposed to be put to the fourth

Yeah as I said C and D aren't supposed to have Pi

They're supposed to be put to the fourth

can you use the draw function to write them

\[\sqrt{4} \sqrt{6}\]

I'll let @mathmate continue to answer this

Which one of these can you NOT represent by a fraction?

I didn't mean for it to look like they were supposed to multiplied sorry

That's ok, the multiplication is understood. I just used the law of exponents to simplify it.

Well \[\sqrt{4} =2\]

For your information 1.4444444... equals 13/9.

Very good start, continue!
So
\(\sqrt{4}\sqrt6=2\sqrt{6}\)
can you go further?

Yup yup

I'll put it this way, can you represent \(\sqrt6\) by a fraction?

4.8989794

...mathematically exactly?

\[2\sqrt{6}=4.8989794...\]

2.449489742783178.... and this is not exact.

4.898979485566356... and this is not exact.

Well how can I make it exact? Is there a way or am I just being oblivious?

And I don't mean that rudely

Sorry if it came off that way

4.89897948556635619639456814941178278393189496131334025686539... and this is still not exact!

Oh okay so

\[\sqrt{4}=2\]

That's exact right?

yes, sqrt(4) is rational.

Okay I get it

but is sqrt(6)?

2.44948974278

So no I don't think so

Thanks!

It does thanks for the help!

Good, you're welcome! :)