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I think this sounds like a really simple and trivial question, but i've no clue as to where i should start:

true or false? between any two different positive rational numbers lies the square of a rational number. while i can't provide a construction of such a number, i somehow think that the statement is true.

thanks for any help

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# Simple question on squares of rationals

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