When something is rationed by a person or government, you are only allowed to have a limited amount of it, usually because there is not enough of it. Staples such as bread, rice and tea are already being rationed the decision to ration food Motorists will be rationed to thirty litres of petrol a month
the food allowance for one day (especially for service personnel); "the rations should be nutritionally balanced" a fixed portion that is allotted (especially in times of scarcity) distribute in rations, as in the army; "Cigarettes are rationed" restrict the consumption of a relatively scarce commodity, as during war; "Bread was rationed during the siege of the city
Rational decisions and thoughts are based on reason rather than on emotion. He's asking you to look at both sides of the case and come to a rational decision irrational + rationally ra·tion·al·ly It can be very hard to think rationally when you're feeling so vulnerable and alone. irrationally + rationality ra·tion·al·ity We live in an era of rationality. irrationality
having its source in or being guided by the intellect (distinguished from experience or emotion); "a rational analysis" consistent with or based on or using reason; "rational behavior"; "a process of rational inference"; "rational thought" capable of being expressed as a quotient of integers; "rational numbers
Arrived at by the use of the peculiarly human mental processes by which man strives to connect his ideas as consciously, coherently and purposively as possible in order to plan the attainment of ends sought In view of the human fallibility in selecting the best possible reasoning for attaining the ends sought, there is no implication as to the correctness or incorrectness of the reasoning Consequently, all conscious human actions, whether or not appropriate for the ends sought, are rational EP 31-35, 62-66, 135, 148; HA 19-22,89-91,102-04,177-78,884; OG 112-13; also PLG 13-14
(adjective) Using reason or logic in thinking out a problem; in accordance with the principles of logic or reason Rationalism: (noun) Reliance on reason rather than intuition to justify one's beliefs or actions; in philosophy: the doctrine that knowledge about reality can be obtained by reason alone without recourse to experience; the doctrine that human knowledge can all be encompassed within a single, usually deductive, system; the school of philosophy initiated by Descartes which held both the above doctrines (dictionary definition)
Rational numbers can be rewritten as fractions Therefore ¼ is a rational number Any whole number can be written as an improper fraction For example, 3 can be written as 3/1 Therefore any whole number is a rational number All decimal numbers can also be rewritten as fractions For example, 0 75 = ¾; therefore 0 75 is a rational number Repeating decimals can all be written as fractions; therefore all repeating decimals are rational numbers For example 3 333333 = 1/3 Numbers which are not rational are called irrational numbers
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