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Q: Is -5 over 6 irrational

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6/5 is a rational number

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No. Any fraction with integers in the numerator and in the denominator is, by definition, RATIONAL.

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1.3 irrational

no it is not irrational irrational is a neverending number like2.36945856235......... that goes on and on 6 over 7 is a rational number rational numbers are whole numbers natural numbers and integers.

It is rational

It is real and irrational.

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Because 5 out of 6 or 5/6 as a fraction is a rational number and irrational numbers can't be expressed as fractions.

Because the irrational parts may cancel out.For example, 1 + sqrt(2) and 5 - sqrt(2) are both irrational but their sum is 1 + 5 = 6.

An irrational fraction can be reduced. For example, sqrt(20)/6 = sqrt(5)/3

-5/6 is a rational number expressed as a fraction

No. The irrational parts may cancel out.For example, 1 + sqrt(2) and 5 - sqrt(2) are both irrational but their sum is 1 + 5 = 6.

5 isn't a irrational number.

The square root of (any number that isn't a perfect square) is irrational.

No -6 can be expressed as a fraction (-6/1) and therefore cannot be irrational. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as fractions.

(5/6) / (1/6) = (5/6) * (6/1) = 5/1 = 5

10/6 or 5/3

the real answer is 5/6 or 5 over 6

5/6 of 6 is... 5

No, 4 over 5 is not equivalent to 5 over 6. As 4 over 5 is 0.8 and 5 over 6 is 0.83333 - which are not equivalent.

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