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Q: What rational number equals 0.5?

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Any real, rational number times something equals 200.In every case, the something is (200)/(the real rational number) .

Yes. Any irrational number can be divided by itself to produce 1, which is a rational number.

4.7 is already a rational number. If you mean as a mixed number, this is equal to 4 7/10 or four and seven tenths.

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No. 3/(1/7) is a rational number. However, (1/7) cannot be used as an integer. Incidentally, the number equals 21.

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Yes, the sum is always rational.

Any real, rational number times something equals 200.In every case, the something is (200)/(the real rational number) .

from another wikianswers page: say that 'a' is rational, and that 'b' is irrational. assume that a + b equals a rational number, called c. so a + b = c subtract a from both sides. you get b = c - a. but c - a is a rational number subtracted from a rational number, which should equal another rational number. However, b is an irrational number in our equation, so our assumption that a + b equals a rational number must be wrong.

Yes. Any irrational number can be divided by itself to produce 1, which is a rational number.

4.7 is already a rational number. If you mean as a mixed number, this is equal to 4 7/10 or four and seven tenths.

Yes, it equals 6/10.

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Yes. 0.3 with a bar over it is 1/3, which is a rational number.

It is rational.The square root of 9 is 3 and it is a rational number

No. 3/(1/7) is a rational number. However, (1/7) cannot be used as an integer. Incidentally, the number equals 21.

They are called conjugates.

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