# Is 0.354355435554 rational or irrational or integer?

##### 2 Answers

You have to look carefully at the decimal expression

#### Explanation:

Integer numbers do not have a decimal part, that is, they do not have decimals after the dot

Rational numbers are the ones that can be written as a quotient of two integers

However, in terms of the decimal expression such as the one given in the problem, rational numbers can be expressed either with a *finite* number of decimals (such as

Irrational numbers cannot be written in the way above. Examples are

From all this you can say that the number given is not a integer and it is a rational number as it has a finite decimal expression

If

#### Explanation:

If the number

However, apparently questioner is rather looking at

grouping them as under reveals the pattern as follows:

Here we first have one

then we have two

and then we have three

Hence the number of

and **there is no group of numbers repeating endlessly**

Hence