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Name____________________________________ Algebra 1A Date ___________________ Mrs. Luna Rational vs. Irrational Worksheet Step 1: Classify each number as rational or irrational. Step 2: If rational, write the number as a ratio; you do not need to simplify. If irrational, then explain how you know that the number cannot be written as a ratio (for example, the radicand is not a perfect square, the given decimal number goes on forever without repeating, or the expression involves pi which is an irrational number). 1. 0.36 2. 0.36363636363636… 3. 0.36 4. 0.363363336… 5. 8 6. 10 7. 36 81 8. 16 9. 11. 0.989989998… 121 2.25 10. 12. + 30 13. -5.28 14. 0.14141414… 15. - 5 16. - 48 18. 49 20. 0.0016 17. 19. 0.24682