An integer is any positive or negative number that isn’t a decimal or fraction, while a rational number is just a number that ends. For example, 2.3 is rational, because all digits beyond the 3 are all 0. But pi is not rational, because the numbers after the decimal continue forever, or are infinite….

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An integer is any positive or negative number that isn’t a decimal or fraction, while a rational number is just a number that ends. For example, 2.3 is rational, because all digits beyond the 3 are all 0. But pi is not rational, because the numbers after the decimal continue forever, or are infinite….

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