Q: Is -1 divided by 2 irrational or rational?

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No. sqrt(2)/pi is not rational.

You can divide 65 by rationals and irrationals: Divided by a rational: 65 ÷ 13/2 = 10 Divided by an irrational: 65 ÷ √13 = 5√13

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No. 2 is a rational number. Rational numbers are number that can be expressed as a division of two integers, with the denominator not being zero. 2 can be expressed as 2 divided by 1, so it is rational.

1, 2 are rational and square root of 2 and pi are irrational.

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You can divide 65 by rationals and irrationals: Divided by a rational: 65 ÷ 13/2 = 10 Divided by an irrational: 65 ÷ √13 = 5√13

No. sqrt(2)/pi is not rational.

Can be irrational or rational.1 [rational] * sqrt(2) [irrational] = sqrt(2) [irrational]0 [rational] * sqrt(2) [irrational] = 0 [rational]

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If a numerator and/or denominator in a fraction is irrational, the entire fraction is irrational. Since pi is irrational, pi divided by two is also irrational.

Rational number can be divided into more that the number 2. Irrational number are numbers that can only be divided evenly with the number 2.

The number -1/2 is a rational number, a negative integer divided by a positive integer.

No.3*sqrt(2) and sqrt(2) are irrational. But their quotient is 3, which is rational.

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1 + sqrt(2) is irrational 1 - sqrt(2) is irrational. Their sum is 2 = 2/1 which is rational.

No. 2 is a rational number. Rational numbers are number that can be expressed as a division of two integers, with the denominator not being zero. 2 can be expressed as 2 divided by 1, so it is rational.

Sometimes. eg the irrational number √2 squared is 2 which is rational (2 = 2/1) eg the irrational number √(√2) squared is √2 which is irrational.