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# What is an irrational number less than 0?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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8y ago

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.

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Irrational number less than 0

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