Q: What is rational ignorance effect refers to?

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R was used for Real numbers. Q, for rational numbers refers to the fact that it must be possible to express them as quotients [of two integers].

It would have no effect.

The sum of just one rational number is simply itself and so it is rational. A sum normally refers to a mathematical operation on two or more numbers. Please edit the question to include more context or relevant information.

Short answer - yes, fractions with whole numbers are rational. All whole numbers are rational. All fractions are rational. Rational numbers can be added to always make another rational number.

It normally refers to a rational number that can be expressed as fraction whereas an irrational number cannot be expressed as a fraction.

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In mathematics, rational refers to something that can be expressed as a ratio.

close mindedness!

Non rational refers to the limitations of knowledge , information

In rational amounts any proven effect.

In A Christmas Carol By: Charles Dickens Ignorance refers to how Scrooge was very ignorant to other people and how he did not want to listen to what they want to say or receive any information from them.

The "placebo effect" refers to positive benefits from inactive substances. The "nocebo effect" refers to negative effects of inactive substances.

When someone refers to another person as rational that means they are level-headed and that they think things through logically. Irrational person is someone who thinks nothing through and just acts impulsively.

Jahilyya refers to the age of ignorance before the revelations to the Prophet Muhammad.

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The treatment effect is the difference between the observed outcome and the "normal" outcome

R was used for Real numbers. Q, for rational numbers refers to the fact that it must be possible to express them as quotients [of two integers].

There is not specific collective noun for the noun ignorance. The noun ignorance is an uncountable noun; quantities of ignorance are expressed in degrees, for example, some ignorance, much ignorance, total ignorance, etc. A term that expresses ignorance as a collective would be, 'the collective ignorance of a group' or 'the combined ignorance of a group'.