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First, correct, but wrong reason Second, correct and correct reason Third, correct but wrong reason Four correct and correct reason
how are one 3 and 4 wrong reasons
4 is completely correct.
oh it seems you think a fraction composed of integers only is irrational for some reason that is not true
1; both fractions are rational 3; you don't have any irrational
so 1 would be the sum of two rational is always rational
and 3 would be the same right or the product of
the product of 2 rationals is always rational
For 3, you have "\(\times\)" instead of "\(+\)"
So it's product, yeah.
ok that makes sense thanks @geerky42 @freckles