There is no such thing as a number that is both rational and irrational. By definition, every number is either rational or irrational.
Integers are rational. In the set of real numbers, every number is either rational or irrational; a number can't be both or neither.
Any, and every, irrational number will do.
When a rational numbers is divided by an irrational number, the answer is irrational for every non-zero rational number.
Every whole number is rational.
Every time. No exceptions.
No irrational number can turn into a rational number by itself: you have to do something to it. If you multiply any irrational number by 0, the answer is 0, which is rational. So, given the correct procedure, every irrational number can be turned into a rational number.
No. It could be a rational or an irrational
No because they are rational numbers
No. Every real number is not a natural number. Real numbers are a collection of rational and irrational numbers.
It is a irrational number. Because the square root of every imperfect square is irrational number.