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Q: Is a ratio the same as a rational number?

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Rational; 37/10 is a ratio, and it is the same number as 3.7

Definitely. A rational number is a number that can be written as a ratio. Every fraction is a ratio. Therefore every fraction represents a rational number.

Yes. A rational number is one that can be written as a fraction, or ratio. 96 / 1 or 192 / 2 are both the same as 96, so 96 is a rational number.

Yes. 67/100 is a ratio (fraction) Since it can be put into a ratio, it is a rational number.

Yes.-5 is a rational number. It's the ratio of 5 to -1 .

A rational number.

Yes. 67/100 is a ratio (fraction) Since it can be put into a ratio, it is a rational number.

Yes, that is the definition of a rational number. The term "rational" is derived from the same root as "ratio": a rational number is a ration of two integers - otherwise known as a fraction.

Any number that can be expressed as the ratio of two integers is a rational number.

I have no idea what "compersion" means or what you are trying to say. A rational number is so called because it can be expressed as ratio of two integers. Each rational number is a ratio and each ratio is a rational number. However, the relationship is not one of equivalence: each rational number can be represented by infinitely many equivalent ratios.

Not quite. A rational number is a ratio and each rational number is a ratio of specific pairs of integers - not ANY two integers. And, of course, 0 is not allowed on the denominator.

I think you mean rational number. A rational number is any number that you can write as a fraction (or ratio) of two integers (+/- 1,2,3,... etc)

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