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Q: What are numbers that can be written as fractions?

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Irrational numbers can't be expressed as fractions.

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all rational numbers can be written as fractions. That is the definition of rational numbers.

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If I understand the question correctly, the answer is "rational numbers".

They are called rational numbers that can be expressed as fractions

Rational numbers can be written as fractions

They can be written as finite fractions.

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I think it 's fractions yea fractions

Any terminating/rational number can be written as a fraction.

The rational numbers are the set of all numbers that can be written as fractions. This set includes the integers as a subset, since every integer can be expressed as being divided by 1; e.g. 10 = 10/1.

It is a ratio.

fractions can't be written as a mixed number because it's already a fraction but im not sure about ratios.

Rational numbers are, in essence, numbers that can be written as fractions using two integers (one for the numerator, the other for the denominator). Not all fractions are rational numbers, though; it is possible to write a pattern describing a fraction that goes on forever to represent irrational numbers like pi.

Unit fractions are those fractions where the numerator is 1. Thus they are different to whole numbers in that when whole numbers are written as a fraction the 1 is in the denominator whereas in a unit fraction the 1 is written in the numerator.

Fractions help with numbers that are not whole numbers.

Irrational and transcendental numbers cannot be written (exactly) as fractions.

All fractions are rational numbers because irrational numbers can't be expressed as fractions

They are rational fractions.

Decimal numbers that can be expressed as fractions are rational but decimal numbers that can't be expressed as factions are irrational

Yes it is.Rational numbers can be written are fractions. three is a rational number.

The roman numerals don't have a way to write 0, negative numbers, or fractions.

No. All fractions are not whole numbers, but all whole numbers are [improper] fractions (with a denominator of 1).

any integer (the counting numbers)