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*irrational

let's start with the last one.
what is the square root of 100?

yay so that's a rational number. I can express that as a fraction which is
\[\large \frac{10}{1} \]

right @UsukiDoll

so 97s the awnser @UsukiDoll

for example
\[\LARGE \sqrt{2}\] is irrational
but
\[\LARGE \sqrt{4}=2\] is rational

there could be some more rational numbers lurking

or not...

|dw:1438236905176:dw| take the square root of 49 and square root of 9

even if I do take those square roots, I still have something left over and they are irrational.

* a rational number can be expressed as a fraction of two whole numbers.