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Q: After you add or subtract two rational expressions its a good idea to see if you can your answer?

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The answer seemed to be that it was the logic of enlightenment rationalism itself that gave rise to such barbarism.

The idea is to subtract 2014 minus 1896. If the person's birthday is after the current date in 2014, subtract one from the result.

The idea is to look for a rational number that is close to the desired irrational number. You can find rational numbers that are as close as you want - for example, by calculating more decimal digits.

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i think it is a good idea because it gets you more closer to getting the exact number

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The answer seemed to be that it was the logic of enlightenment rationalism itself that gave rise to such barbarism.

The person who created rational was Andrew Willlord. he was one topmathematicien in UK. He came up with the idea in 1926.

No; copyright protects specific expressions of ideas, not the ideas themselves.

Common expressions include "beats me" or "I'm stumped" or clueless.

I have no idea i'm looking for the answer too.

The idea is to subtract what you had, minus what you spent.

The idea is to subtract 48 - 30.

This question is neither a question, nor rational.

If the idea is to continue repeating the same pattern, then it is not a rational number, because a rational number will repeat the same digits over and over again - for example, 0.505050505... or 0.550550550550550... If there is such a repetition, it is rational; otherwise not.