Intermediate Algebra (12th Edition)

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Chapter R - Section R.1 - Basic Concepts - R.1 Exercises: 13

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The set of irrational numbers and the set of rational numbers are mutually exclusive (there is nothing common to both of them.) Hence, there is no number, $x$, that is both irrational and rational.
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