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Q: What is irrational in math in simple words?

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The square root of the number 31 is irrational. This is used in math.

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Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction.

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No, 156 is a rational number An irrational number is a number that cannot be expressed as a simple fraction.

pi cannot be expressed as a terminating or non-repeating decimal. Consequently, it is irrational. The pure mathematical proof is not simple.

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Yes, that's quite simple. It's obvious it has to be that way, because 1(rational number)*number(even irrational) has to be that number itself.

The history of irrational numbers is quite simple in that any number that can't be expressed as a fraction is an irrational number as for example the value of pi as used in the square area of a circle.

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Irrational numbers are pi(3.14...), a non-terminating decimal with no pattern(ex.-0.3456789...), and non-perfect squares(ex.-square root of 34).

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There are more irrational numbers between 1 and 1.001 than there are rational numbers in total.

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If you divide a rational number by an irrational number, or vice versa, you will ALMOST ALWAYS get an irrational result. The sole exception is if you divide zero (which is rational) by any irrational number.