Divide a non-zero integer by a non-zero integer.
Yes, that is how a rational number is defined.
5 is a natural number, as it is an integer greater than zero. It is a whole number, an integer, and a rational number.
A rational number can be expressed as a fraction or ratio of two integers. Zero is an integer. Therefore, zero is a rational number EXCEPT, that the denominator of a rational number cannot be zero. You can't divide by zero.
Zero (0) is a rational number, because it is a whole number and an integer.
Yes, zero is a real number. It is not a counting number, but it is an integer, a rational number, and a real number.
A rational number is a ratio (or fraction) of 2 integers.So m / n (where m is any integer, and n is any integer except zero)will result in a rational number.
Negative three is rational because it is a integer and if its a integer it is a rational. Integers are basically natural numbers plus the negtives and zero.
It is a rational number, not an integer.
Every integer is a rational number.
A rational number which is an integer can be simplified to a form in which the denominator is 1. That is not possible for a rational number which is not an integer.
Yes. Any number that can be written as one integer over a non-zero integer is a rational number. 2 3/5 = (2×5+3)/5 = 13/5 which is the form of one integer over a non-zero integer, thus it is rational.