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 Topic: irrationals
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 Non-terminating, non-repeating decimals 2008-08-03 From Peter:How do you take a random, non-terminating, non-repeating decimal into a fraction?Answered by Stephen La Rocque. Some irrational numbers 2001-07-03 From Kellie: Is it possible to write pi as a fraction? Is it possible to write the square root of 2 as a fraction.. Explain why? Answered by Harley Weston. The n-th place of pi 2001-02-27 From Andrew:I have always wondered; is it possible to find the value of an irrational number, such as (phi) at it's nth decimal place??? You would plug the decimal place into the formula and the value would be given at the specified decimal place. When we look at the expression { (sqr 5 + 1)/2 } we are in a sense visualising the number in it's entirety, so the formula may include elements of the above expression in some form. Answered by Claude Tardif. Rationals, irrationals and integers 2000-03-14 From Erin McKeon:Why does the letter J represent the set of integers, the letter Q represent a set of rational numbers and the letter P represent a set of irrational numbers? What do each of these letters stand for? Answered by Harley Weston. Terminating decimals 1998-11-16 From Debra Karr:A college student studying elementary education asked me a question that I could not think of the correct answer. How can you look at a fraction and tell if is a terminating or non terminating decimal? Answered by Jack LeSage and Penny Nom. Ses points de discontinuités est les irrationnelles 2002-01-08 From Un eleve:Je voudrait montrer qu'il n'existe pas de fonction de R--->R tels que ses points de discontinuités est les irrationnelles, en utilisant la methode de "baire". Answered by Claude Tardif.

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