A rational number is one that can be expressed as a fraction. -1/5 is a fraction, so yes.
is 5 over 7 a rational number
Yes.-5 is a rational number. It's the ratio of 5 to -1 .
3.14 is a rational number. When divided by 5, another rational number, the result is still rational. In its most reduced form, we have (3.14/1)/5 = (314/100)/5 = 314/500 = 157/250 - a rational number
1 over 6 and many others...
5 = 5/1 is a rational number
No, it is an irrational number. A number in the form of p/q is a rational number(p, q are integers and q â‰ 0). Clearly 1/5 is a rational number.
Yes, 9/5 is rational. A rational number is any number that can be expressed in a fraction.
Any number that can be represented by a ratio of integers is rational.
It's the ratio of 5 and 1 ... a rational number.
A rational number is a number that can be expressed as a fraction with one integer over another integer. All integers can be expressed as a[n improper] fraction as themselves over 1 (for example 5 = 5/1) which is the form of a rational number. Thus all integers are rational numbers.
Yes. In fact, most factions are rational. For example, 4/5 is rational, 9/234 is rational, 1/998001 is rational, any whole number over a whole number is rational.