Mathematical proof. The sum of a rational number and an irrational number is always an irrational number. || Number theory.

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Next I proceed to carry out the mathematical proof of the problem in question.

The approach to prove:


  • Propositional form of the statement:


  • Start and body of the mathematical proof in question:



End of the mathematical proof in question. It is necessary to clarify that the mathematical proof was carried out using the method of proof by "reduction to the absurd".

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i) Explanatory and reinforcement video (video made by me):

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