Q: How Can irrational numbers compare to everyday life?

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The square root of 2 and the value of pi are two examples of irrational numbers which can't be expressed as fractions

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You will use the numbers pi and e (or applications which use them).

Counting your money would be one way.

It is an irrational number such as sqrt(2), pi, e. There are, in fact infinitely more irrational numbers than rational ones.

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Some numbers such as pi, e, and square roots are used quite commonly. Whether you use them at all will depend on what you do in your everyday life, of course. Engineers might use them commonly; others not so much.Even for an engineer, or ESPECIALLY for an engineer, the distinction between rational and irrational is irrelevant for most practical purposes; for instance, if you round pi, or the square root of 2 (which are both IRRATIONAL), to 10 or 15 significant digits, you get a RATIONAL number - and the resulting precision is more than enough for most purposes. (In fact, if you round to ANY number of digits, the result will still be rational.)

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Yes. In mathematics there are irrational numbers that are a subset of real numbers. In real life, there are actions taken that are irrational but the fact that they are taken makes them part of reality.

The square root of 2 and the value of pi are two examples of irrational numbers which can't be expressed as fractions

Yes, because you use math in everyday life. And counting is math ,because there numbers and numbers are apart of math.

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Cause they are everywhere. you use them in everyday life

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You will use the numbers pi and e (or applications which use them).

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we use them in money and graphs