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Is 0737373 rational irrational both rational and irrational or neither rational?

Calvin Elleman

Is the number 65.4349224 a rational number or irrational

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It is rational.

A number cannot be both rational and irrational.

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Anonymous

It is irrational due to it not having a terminating decimal.

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Anonymous

It is an irrational number because the numbers after the decimal point do not have a pattern

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Rational

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