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Examples of Real Numbers (Including Rational vs. Irrational Numbers)

Example 1


3.5 is rational, because it can be written as the ratio \dfrac{7}{2}

Example 2


3.605551275 is irrational because it shows that the number is non-terminating and also there is no repeating pattern.