irrational number
Noun

irrational number (plural irrational numbers)

  1. (mathematics) Any real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers.
    The square root of a positive integer is an irrational number unless the positive integer is a perfect square, in which case the square root will also be a positive integer.
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