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  1. dan815
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    rational means you can express it as a fraction of integers

  2. dan815
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    if you add a numbr to an irrational its still irrational just bumped up or down

  3. kiiraa_x3
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    I still don't get this man

  4. dan815
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    for example pi+2 =3.14159.... +2 = 5.14159..... its still some huge irrational

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    hey

  6. dan815
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    sqrt(5) is an irrational sqrt of any prime is an irrational

  7. dan815
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    so a,b,c are all irrational

  8. kiiraa_x3
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    so they part a and b and c are all irrational?

  9. dan815
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    here are the mail rules you need to know

  10. dan815
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    irrational + rational = irrational ration + rational = rational irrational+irrational = irrational

  11. dan815
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    you can use these 3 rules to try and figure out if your expressions are irrational or rationals

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