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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

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The answer depends on the variable a. 67/a is rational if a is non-zero rational, and it is irrational is a is irrational.

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