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Q: Is there is only one whole number that is not a rational number?

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A rational number can always be written as (one whole number) divided by (another whole number). That's not only a characteristic of a rational number, it's the definition of one.

-1 is all of an integer, a whole number, and a rational number.

A rational number is one that can be written as a whole number divided by another whole number. An irrational number is one that can't.

Yes. -10 = -10/1 which is of the form of one whole number over another whole number. Rational numbers have the form of one whole number over another whole number. Thus -10 is rational.

An Irrational number is a non-rational number. A rational number is one that can be represented as one whole number over another (non-zero) whole number. 0.06789 = 6789/100000 → one whole number over another whole number → 0.06789 is a rational number →No. 0.06789 is not an irrational number.

A rational number is one where a whole number is over another whole number. 3 and 2 are both whole numbers so 3/2 is a rational number.

A rational number can be written as (one whole number) divided by (another whole number). An irrational number can't.

The answer is rational when you divide one whole number by another one.

One fifth is a rational fraction. It is not a whole number and cannot be made into one.

Any whole number can be written as a fraction, with the whole number in the numerator, and the number one in the denominator. Compare this to the definition of "rational number".

All rational numbers can be expressed as one whole number over another whole number. 40.16 = 4016/100 = 1004/25 1004 is a whole number, 25 is a whole number, which means 1004/25, another way of writing 40.16, is one whole number over another whole number; → Yes, 40.16 is a rational number

A rational number is one that can be written in the form of one whole number over another whole number. 1.25 = 125/100 which is one whole number over another whole number. Thus 1.25 is a rational number. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If p and q are integers with q ≠ 0, then p/q is a rational number. The decimal expansion of a rational number either terminates or ends with a repeating sequence of one or more digits (this latter occurring when there is a prime factor other than 2 and/or 5 in the denominator).

Yes, by definition. A rational number is one that can be written as a ratio (hence rational) of two whole numbers. And a ratio of two whole numbers is a fraction.

1/13 is a rational fraction and there is no way in which to change it to a whole number.

One example is 13/17.

There are an infinitely many amount. An integer is a whole number, e.g. the number 7. A rational number is one that can be written as a fraction. 7 is a rational number, because it can be written as 7/1. But the number 7/9 is rational, but not an integer because it is not a whole number.

It is each one of them.

If the whole number is one of {-13, -1, 1, 13} then the answer is a whole number. Otherwise it is a rational fraction.

Yes. A rational number is one that you can write as a fraction a/b, with integers a and b (b not equal to zero). For a whole number, set b = 1. For example, 5 = 5/1, so it is a rational number.

-27 is one possible answer.

How about 16 as one example

They are every number you can possibly get when you divide one positive whole number by another one, or one negative whole number by another one.

Every irrational number is NOT a rational number. For example, sqrt(2) is irrational but not rational. A natural number is a counting number or a whole number, such as 1, 2, 3, etc. A rational number is one that can be expressed as a ratio of two whole numbers, which may be positive or negative. So, -2 is a rational number but not a counting number (it is an integer, though). Also, 2/3 is a rational number but not a whole, counting number or a natural number.

No. A rational number is one that may be represented as a simple multiple, or a division. Such as one times seven, or three times seven; OR one divided by seven, or three divided by seven. Or similar.A rational number, if a fraction, when multiplied by the divisor of the fraction, will give a simple whole number. e.g. 7/5, when multiplied by 5 becomes the whole number 7.An irrational number is one that cannot be formed by a simple ratio, or a simple division. e and pi are a couple of common irrational numbers. [irrational demonstrates where the name comes from.]No number can be found which will convert them, by multiplication, into a whole number.

Yes. A rational number is one that you can write as a fraction a/b, with integers a and b (b not equal to zero). For a whole number, set b = 1. For example, 5 = 5/1, so it is a rational number.