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Q: Can an irrational number ever be a natural number?

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No. No natural number can be irrational.

No natural number is irrational.

Irrational numbers have infinitely long, non-repeating decimal expansions. They cannot be natural numbers or whole numbers. Those are rational.

A prime number is a natural number that has no natural number as a factor other than itself or 1. An irrational number is not a natural number, so an irrational number can't be prime.

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It is a natural number and an integer.

No. 328143 is not an irrational number. It is a real, rational, whole, and natural number.

It is not an irrational number but is each of the others.

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3.5 is real, rational, and natural. It's not irrational, integer, or whole.

Since pi is an irrational number, then 3pi will be an irrational also.

All of them except irrational number.

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