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  1. anonymous
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    Can you identify real numbers as either rational or irrational? why? or why not?

  2. Goose.
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    No, you can not. The reason is, all real numbers are any number you can find on a number line, so you could have the number 196 which is rational or the number or have a number like pi, which will go on repeating forever. another example of irrational numbers is the sqrt of 2

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    All real numbers don't full under the rational/irrational categories. as they can be both.

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