FC: The Rationalities
1: Written By: Jenesai Mohammed Pictures from the following websites:Google Images
2: Once upon a time, there was a club by the name of The Rationalities. It was an all girl club that consisted of only rational numbers. A rational number is a number that can be written as a fraction where both numbers are integers and the denominator isn't 0. a ----- b
3: The club had been in existence for hundreds of years and many girls had longed and strived to be a member of this club but there was one girl in particular that wanted to be a member more than anyone else. This girl, named Destisai, had traveled to Switzerland because that's where the clubs headquarters were based. While she was there, she met the founder of the club, Aubria.
4: Aubria had a good eye for "rational" girls and had been recruiting them for over 100 years but when she met Destisai, she knew immediately that she wasn't club material.....and she was right because Destisai turned out to be irrational. Her irrational number was a repeating decimal and to become a member of "The Rationalities" your number had to be in fraction form with a nonzero number as the denominator.
5: Destisai worked all night long, determined to change her repeating decimal, which was 0.33, into a fraction. Although she wasn't the only irrational girl, she still felt like she wasn't normal. She had waited most of her life for this opportunity and she wasn't about to let it pass without a good fight.
6: On the other hand, Aubria had no intentions of letting Destisai into her club that she had tried so hard to form out of only rational numbers. She had written the club criteria herself and she wasn't about to change them for just one petty girl.
7: The following morning, Destisai went down to Aubria's office and showed her that she too could become rational by changing her 0.33 to 1/3. She even proved to her that by dividing 1 by 3, you get 0.33. Aubria was shocked but decided that it was only right to let Destisai into the club because 0.33 could be written in fraction form with a nonzero denominator.
8: The End!!!
9: Fun Fact about rational numbers: 1. The sum,product, deference and quotient of two rational numbers is always rational.