pre-algebra

Which statement is false?

A. Every integer is a real number.****
B. The number zero is a rational number.
C. Every irrational number is a real number.
D. Every real number is a rational number.

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  1. pi = 3.14159.....etc forever
    it is real
    it is NOT rational
    You can not divide any two whole numbers and get pi
    although 22/7 is a rough approximation that some of us use sometimes when we are doing crude work.

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  2. By the way, what on earth is an imaginary or complex integer?

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  3. That didn't help me. Is A correct? If not, is it C?

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  4. @Damen is it A or C? what's the answer? I need help!
    Also, I have no clue what either of those are.

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  5. Every real number (like pi) is a rational number (like pi is not?). ????

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  6. MK

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  7. what does that script do

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  8. how do you add a theme?

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  9. btw the answers is
    1.A
    2.D
    3.C
    4.D
    5.A

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  10. 5 is actually b

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  11. some guy is correct all his answers are right

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  12. some guy is Correct! i got an A on my test

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  13. 5 is actually b!!!

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