That simply isn't true. The sum of two irrational numbers CAN BE rational, but it can also be irrational. As an example, the square root of 2 plus the square root of 2 is irrational.
An irrational number is a number that has no definite end. So it can't be multiplied or divided by anything to make a rational number that does have a definite end.
Yes. In fact, a rational plus or minus an irrational will always be irrational.
No. A rational plus an irrational is always an irrational.
from another wikianswers page: say that 'a' is rational, and that 'b' is irrational. assume that a + b equals a rational number, called c. so a + b = c subtract a from both sides. you get b = c - a. but c - a is a rational number subtracted from a rational number, which should equal another rational number. However, b is an irrational number in our equation, so our assumption that a + b equals a rational number must be wrong.
No. The sum of an irrational number and any other [real] number is irrational.
10+0.01 = 10.01 and it is a rational number
Since the sum of two rational numbers is rational, the answer will be the same as for the sum of an irrational and a single rational number. It is always irrational.
The sum is a rational number.
It is irrational.