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For what it is worth, the answer is 4.818029 (to 6 dp)

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What is the example of irrational?

Square root of 2, square root of 3, square root of 5, pi, e

What is an irrational number less than 0?

Minus square root of 2, minus square root of 3, minus pi, minus e, etc. Or, to be a bit more fancy, 1 - pi, 2 - pi, 3 - pi, pi - 4, pi - 5, 2 - e, e - 3, square root of 2 minus 2, etc.

What is a example of irrantional number?

Square root of 2; square root of any natural number that is not a perfect square; the number pi; the number e.

Give an example of an irrational number?

pi square root of 2 e square root of 3

What is a example of an irrational number?

pi, the square root of 2, and e are all irrational numbers.

What irrational numbers are there except for pi?

Pi minus 2, Square root of 3, fourth root of 8, Natural Log of 7, e (base of natural logs), pi squared,.... There are an infinite number of them.

Some irrational numbers?

square root of (2 ) square root of (3 ) square root of (5 ) square root of (6 ) square root of (7 ) square root of (8 ) square root of (9 ) square root of (10 ) " e " " pi "

Why rational numbers require extension?

Because numbers such as pi, e and the square root of 2 are not rational.

A number can be both positive and irrational?

The square root of 2, pi, and e, are both positive and irrational.

What kind of decimal that does not end or repeat?

An irrational number, for example pi or e or the square root of 2

Is emc2 the square root of pie?

NO! E=Mc2 is a physics formula! Pi is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter!

What is an irrational number greater than 7?

For example: 7 + square root of 2 7 + square root of 3 7 + pi 7 + e 3 x pi 10 x e

Is every real number also a rational number?

No. "Pi", "e", and the square root of 2 are all real and irrational.

Example for sum of a rational number and irrational number?

example for sum of rational numbers is 1/3 + 1/5 Example for sum of irrationals is Pi + e where e is is base of natural log Another is square root of 2 + square root of 3.

What number is real and irrational?

Every real number is either rational, or irrational. Examples of irrational numbers include: * The square root of any positive integer, except that of a perfect square. * The number pi. * The number e. * Any of the above, multiplied by or added to a rational number - for example 2 x pi, 2/3 times the square root of 2, etc. * An expression like 10 to the power x is irrational for most values of x.

What are 5 examples of non-terminating decimals?

Pi, the square root of 7, e, 1/3, and ______ irrational numbers, square roots, repeating decimals

How do you write in algebra way 8 is three more than 2?

Because the square root of infinity is bigger than the square root of pi and if you combust those two answers by E=MC2 , you get 8 divided by 3 is 2.

What is a number that cannot be written as a fraction?

Every irrational number fits this category. Examples are pi, e, square root of 3, sine of 1.

What is e to the power of you times pi?

'e' is an imaginary number, multiplied by anything gives an imaginary result

What are some common irrational numbers?

The square root of any integer (except for a perfect square) is an irrational number. Other well-known irrational numbers are pi = 3.14159265... and e = 2.71828...

What is pi multiplied by e?

8.53973 (rounded)

What is a real number that is not a rational number?

Pi, e, square root of 2, -sqrt(3), log(2). These are all examples of real irrational numbers.

What would x be if it had to be irrational in the fraction square root 2 over x?

There are infinitely many possible answers. x could be sqrt(3), for example. Or sqrt(7), or pi, or 1/pi, or e, etc.

What irrational fraction is non terminating and non reapeating as a decimal other than pi?

For example:The number called "e", which is approximately 2.71828... (the base of the natural logarithm, and of the exponential function).The square root of any positive integer that isn't a perfect square (the square root of 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, etc.).The cubic root of any positive integer that isn't a perfect cube.Any irrational number multiplied by a rational number except zero, for example 2 x pi, (1/5) times the square root of 2, etc.A rational number raised to a rational power is USUALLY irrational, for example, 10 to the power 0.5 (which is the same as the square root of 10), 10 to the power 0.17, etc.

Is the square root of 9 an irrational number?

No. The square root of 9 is 3. An irrational number is a number that can't be expressed with a fraction, meaning it is not an integer or a whole number. Numbers such as pi or e are irrational. Rational numbers are numbers that can be expressed with a fraction. Hope this helps!