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## Question:

Which best explains what determines whether a number is irrational?A) a number that can be written as a decimal that repeats and does not terminate

B) a number that can be written as a decimal that terminates and does not repeat

C) a number that can be written as a square root that does not result in a whole number

D) a number that can be writtten as a decimal that neither repeats nor terminates

## Answer:

**Irrational **number can be written as **decimal **number that, neither a terminating decimal or **repeating **decimal. Thus, the option **D** is the **correct **option, which is a number that can be written as a decimal that neither repeats nor **terminates**.

### What is a irrational number?

**Irrational **numbers are the number which is the **real **number but not the rational number(a/b).The **irrational **numbers can not be represents in the **fractional **form.

**Irrational **numbers are written in the form of **root **of a number such as,

, , etc.

**Irrational **number can be written as **decimal **number that, neither a terminating decimal or **repeating **decimal.

Lets check all the given **options **as,

- A) A
**number**that can be written as a**decimal**that repeats and does not terminate-**Irrational**numbers is a decimal which does not repeats. Thus this is**not correct**option.

- B) A
**number**that can be written as a**decimal**that terminates and does not repeat-**Irrational**numbers is a**decimal**which does not terminate. Thus this is**not correct**option.

- C) A
**number**that can be written as a**square**root that does not result in a**whole**number-This does not explain the property of irrational number. Thus this is**not correct**option.

- D) A number that can be
**written**as a decimal that neither repeats nor terminates-**Irrational**number can be written as**decimal**number that, neither a terminating decimal or**repeating**decimal. Thus this is the**correct**option.

Hence, A number that can be written as a decimal that neither repeats nor terminates the option **D** is the **correct **option.

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