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Answered 2017-06-10 13:55:09

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

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Answered 2017-06-20 09:17:26

The irrational number (-pi).

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Answered 2020-04-25 02:15:59

Which irrational number can be added to Pi to get a sum that is rational?

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