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Q: Is the square root of ten rational or irrational?

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160/16=10 root 160= root 16 times root 10. root 16= 4 so 4 times root ten is your answer

There is no such number. Between any two irrational numbers there are infinitely many irrational numbers. So, the claim that x is the irrational number closest to ten can be demolished by the fact that there are infinitely many irrational numbers between x and 10 (or 10 and x).

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