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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of irrationals:

/ɪɹæʃənəlz/

noun

root word: irrational

verb

root word: irrational

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- that cannot happen. f takes rationals to irrationals and irrationals to rationals, but in this
- Well, the cacophonous rationals, meaning those with high denominators, and irrationals that
- Irrationals are represented by infinite, non-repeating decimals.
- both the rationals and the irrationals?
- So, even though we're familiar with only a few irrationals,
- the infinity of irrationals
- The irrationals are like the blackness.
- between each zig and zag to fit all the irrationals in,
- to champernowne's constant... and the answer can't be it gets to the irrationals at infinity
- irrationals when we could be a bit more rational about our
- irrationals. Now, the fact that a periodic spiral implies that we're
- not the irrationals, but the nonrationals.
- irrationals also which lie in between x and y, that is, x is less than s, less than y
- the set of rationals and irrationals and here the
- So pi would sit here in the irrationals.
- f; it says that f takes rationals to irrationals and
- irrationals to rationals. So this is a contradiction which implies, f cannot be continuous. That
- irrationals, which converge to x naught.
- a city. And theres always a Remaster and a Collection waiting to happen. Irrationals
- on the irrationals and one on the rationals.