Yes, it will always be irrational.
It is an irrational number.
Yes. In fact, a rational plus or minus an irrational will always be irrational.
Yes because a rational number can be expressed as a fraction whereas irrational numbers can't be expressed as fractions.
Any number with a defined end-point, such as -0.4744, is rational.
17 is a prime number with no factors other than itself and 1 therefore minus square root of 17 is an irrational number.
Minus pi. Or minus pi plus any rational number. Here is how you can figure this out (call your unknown number "x", and let "r" stand for any rational number):x + pi = r To solve for "x", simply subtract pi from both sides. That gives you: x = r - pi
Let your sum be a + b = c, where "a" is irrational, "b" is rational, and "c" may be either (that's what we want to find out). In this case, c - b = a. If we assume that c is rational, you would have: a rational number minus a rational number is an irrational number, which can't be true (both addition and subtraction are closed in the set of rational numbers). Therefore, we have a contradiction with the assumption that "c" (the sum in the original equation) is rational.
If you mean 36 minus 25 then the square root of 11 is an irrational number
No because all integers positive or minus are rational numbers
A negative irrational number can be thought of as an irrational number multiplied by -1, or an irrational number with a minus sign in front of it.
You can also have any numbers like (a + c) and (b - c), where "c" is the irrational part, and "a" and "b" are rational.
If the positive square root (for example, square root of 2) is irrational, then the corresponding negative square root (for example, minus square root of 2) is also irrational.
This can easily be proved by contradiction. Without loss of generality, I will take specific numbers as an example. The proof can easily be extended to any rational + irrational number. Assumption: 1 plus the square root of 2 is rational. (It is a well-known fact that the square root of 2 is irrational. No need to prove it here; you can use any other irrational number will do.) This rational sum can be written as p / q, where "p" and "q" are whole numbers (this is basically the definition of a "rational number"). Then, the square root of 2, which is equal to the sum minus 1, is: p / q - 1 = p / q - q / q = (p - q) / q Since the difference of two whole numbers is a whole number, this makes the square root of 2 rational, which doesn't make sense.
yes, rational numbers are numbers that can be formed as a fraction hence -5/1 even with a minus sign on it irrational numbers are surd numbers, numbers that cant be expressed as a fraction
No - expressed as a fraction in its simplest form, -0.45 is equal to -9/20 or minus nine twentieths.
a minus and a plus equal a minus number yeh dude
No. The square root of 49 is plus or minus 7, both of which are integers. And integers are rational numbers - whether they are positive or negative.
No, nor is it a real number. The square root of minus 54 is equal to the square root of plus 45, times i.
A negative number minus a positive number will always be a negative number.
- number multiplied by another - number equal a positive number. eg: -4x-4=16 where as 4x-4=-16
A negative rational (also real) number.
It is equal to the number of neutrons in the given atom.
Minus two.Some rational numbers are positive, some are negative. -9 is a negative rational number.
The square root of -121 is imaginary. It has value of i11.It is not rational, irrational, nor real. The coefficient of i, 11, is real and rational, but the result of multiplying i by 11 is imaginary.Now, The Coefficient of (i11) is a complex number, because when dealing with i, the true form is the square root of -1, and so this also means that you still have 2 answers, positive and negative i11, and so the square root of -121 is imaginary, or complex rational number. But, because it is complex, it is not truly rational, all this means is that you end up with aninteger in your complex answer. So, To answer your question, the answer is non of the above, just imaginary. and the value is plus or minus (i11).
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