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No because the value of pi as regards to a circle is an irrational number

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Sure; for example, 10 + pi is irrational, 10 - pi is irrational. Both are positive. If you add them, you get 20.


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Yes. For example, if you take any truncated equivalent of pi then it will be rational.


You may or may not be able to. The diameter of a circle with circumference 10 cm is 10/pi, a division problem. But there is no answer using rational numbers.



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