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Irrational Numbers are Numbers that CAN NOT be written as Fractions.
 Irrational Numbers contain decimals that NEVER End (Terminate) and NEVER Repeat (Follow a Pattern)!
 Irrational Numbers are usually represented by symbols or as radicals (π, e, √2 )
(Here is the link to our other Properties of Numbers Lesson over on Algebra 2 Coach: Properties of Real Numbers)
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