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# Enter an equation for the function that includes the points. Give your answer in the form a(b*). In the event that a = 1, give your answer in the form b*. (2, 121) and (3, 1331) The equation is f(x)= No links   ### Another question on Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 15:30
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1- is the product of two rational numbers irrational or rational? first, make a hypothesis by multiplying two rational numbers. then, use variables such as x=a/b and y=c/d and the closure property of integers to prove your hypothesis. 2- what do you think the product of a nonzero rational number and an irrational number is? is it rational or irrational? make use of variables, the closure property of integers, and possibly a proof by contradiction to prove your hypothesis. 3- why do we have to specify that the rational number must be nonzero when we determine what the product of a nonzero rational number and an irrational number is? if the rational number were 0, would it give us the same result we found in part b?
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