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**piyourface166** That's a good example. So I know that we have AT LEAST one example, I'm sure more, than we can prove it is true. My problem still is what is my best bet to write a proof for this. If the question was to show and example or prove this true or false for one example that would work. My issue is I'm not sure what to do for my next step in proving that for 'the universe' of all irrational numbers this is true.

My point is I can show that there is a false one to, for example:

(Root2 ^ Root3) is going to be irrational.

You showed an example that makes two irrationals a rational number, so obviously this problem is going to be false because that right there is a contradiction. What do you think the best method of proving would be to finish this? P and not Q, then show an example???