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Rational numbers include integers, and any number you can write as a fraction (with integers in the numerator and denominator). Most numbers that include roots (square roots, cubic roots, etc.) are irrational - if you take the square root of any integer except a perfect square, for example, you'll get an irrational number. Expressions involving pi and e are also usuallyirrational.

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