11.401754251 is the ratio of 11,401,754,251 to 1,000,000,000 ... completely rational. Here's a hint: If you can completely write the number on paper using digits, as you succeeded in doing with this one, then the number is rational.
It is an irrational number, but in approximate decimal form, it would be: 13.379088160259652 13.38 would usually be good enough if you are doing this for a math class.
You can easily prove (doing some basic manipulations with fractions) that the addition of two rational numbers gives you a rational number. As a corollary, a subtraction of two rational numbers also results in a rational number.Now, assume an addition: a + b = c Also, assume that "a" and "c" are rational. Solving for "b": b = c - a Since "c" and "a" are rational, so is "c - a" - this is a contradiction to the assumption.
The square roots of a number are numbers and, as numbers, they are not capable of doing anything.
You square the number, ie ^2. The square root is actually ^0.5, so if you square the number, you are doing ^0.5*2 = ^1, which is implicit on every number.
Try doing square root of 48 on your calculator, you will find out what 48 is the square of.THE ANSWER IS NO
A rational number is any number that, when put into decimal form, terminates after a finite amount of digits OR begins to repeat the same pattern of digits. An easy way to find rational numbers is that any number that can be expressed in a fraction (1/2, 9/4, etc) of two integers.There is an infinite number of rational numbers between any two rational numbers. For example, say we have the numbers 1 and 2. What if you add them and divide by 2? Is that a rational number? Is it between 1 and 2? And to see that there is an infinite number of numbers between 1 and 2, take the number you just found, it is 3/2, now find a number between it and 2. You can keep doing this.
Doing a cost-benefit analysis is part of making a rational decision.
The same as doing away with the gods. A sane and rational world.
You can have an approximation of the root using the calculator (doing it by hand is another story). However, keeping the number as a square root and simplifying the root is usually acceptable.
Squaring a number means multiplying it by itself. For example, squaring the number 5 means multiplying 5 x 5.
This means:Draw a number line with some numbers labelled on it.Place dots on the number line where the rational numbers to be compared lie.State how the numbers compare in size with one another.There are various ways of doing this; here are two:1/2 is less than 5/41/2 < 5/4
How is doing operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing) with rational expressions similar to or different from doing operations with fractions?If you know how to do arithmetic with rational numbers you will understand the arithmetic with rational functions! Doing operations (adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing) is very similar. When you areadding or subtracting they both require a common denominator. When multiplying or dividing it works the same for instance reducing by factoring. Operations on rational expressions is similar to doing operations on fractions. You have to come up with a common denominator in order to add or subtract. To multiply the numerators and denominators separated. In division you flip the second fraction and multiply. The difference is that rational expressions can have variable letters and powers in them.
What's irrational to you, might not be irrational to them; everybody's got their reasons. That's why Jesus said, if you call someone a "fool" (i.e. someone who is irrational/unwise) you are in danger of hell fire. But in case you're doing this for a project in school, I would say some things that can be considered irrational are: cheating on your hot wife... when you have a hot wife, and you cheat on her... that's pretty irrational... another one can be commiting suicide when you're young and seemingly successful and have the whole world ahead of you... theres others... but in the end, none of them are irrational, because everyone had their reasons for doing what they were doing. It's just cause and effect--you do what life has brought you to do... for example, it may seem irrational to work at a minimum wage job, or it may seem irrational to work at a sweat shop in bangladesh, but people gotta do what they gotta do to get by... I dunno... :-/
RATIONAL , doing the same program .
doing cost-benefit analysis
Doing cost-benefit analysis
Nothing. All that doing so achieves is to show that in certain circumstances, if you add a given amount to something then you get something else. That sort of result cannot be generalised.For example:11 = 1 = 1*122 = 4 = 2*2But from that, you cannot generalise to33 = 3*3
Rational is basically being reasonable, not insane... Rationale is basically a justification for what you are doing or choosing... the reasons behind the decision.
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doing cost benefit analysis
that sounds like someone's using answers.com instead of doing homework.