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Q: Can every natural number be an irrational number?

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No. No natural number can be irrational.

No natural number is irrational.

No, a real number could also be a rational number, an integer, a whole number, or a natural number. Irrational numbers fall into the same category of real numbers, but every real number is not an irrational number.

No. Every real number is not a natural number. Real numbers are a collection of rational and irrational numbers.

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.

Close. But to make that statement correct, three letters must be deleted:Every natural number is a[n ir]rational number.

No.

Let Q be all the rational numbers, where Q={m/n:m is an integer and n is a natural}Every number does not belong to Q is irrational.

Every irrational number is a real number.

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It is a natural number and an integer.

Every irrational number is NOT a rational number. For example, sqrt(2) is irrational but not rational. A natural number is a counting number or a whole number, such as 1, 2, 3, etc. A rational number is one that can be expressed as a ratio of two whole numbers, which may be positive or negative. So, -2 is a rational number but not a counting number (it is an integer, though). Also, 2/3 is a rational number but not a whole, counting number or a natural number.

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