No, you cannot write any irrational number as a fraction.
When you multiply a nonzero fraction by its reciprocal you get 1. Take this example.Lets say you have a fraction called (a/b). The reciprocal of that fraction would be (b/a). If you multiply the two you'd get (a/b)*(b/a)=(ab/ab). Anything divided by itself is 1.
Any nonzero number will go into 1.0
It is a mixed number.
No because the numerator and the denominator must be multiplied or divided by the same number for a given equivalent fraction
A whole number is any number that is not a fraction, decimal, or mixed number. A nonzero whole number is the same, except that it doesn't equal zero.
Any number X can be written as a fraction in the form (X*n)/n where n is a non-zero integer.
Multiply numerator and denominator by the same number - any nonzero number - and you get an equivalent fraction.There are infinite answers, but here are a few:14/18, 21/27, 32/36
Yes, as long as the two nonzero numbers are themselves rational. (Since a rational number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient of two rational numbers, or any number that can be written as a fraction using only rational numbers.) If one of the nonzero numbers is not rational, the quotient will most likely be irrational.
Because division by zero is not defined and if the denominator were zero, we would be dividing by zero.
Because doing so is equivalent to multiplying or dividing by x/x, which can be cancelled down to 1.
The product of two nonzero whole numbers will be a nonzero whole number.
A nonzero multiple of a number is a multiple which is not equal to 0.
because of mathematical equivalence: it doesn't change the result
All fractions having the form n / (2 * n) where n is a nonzero integer are equivalent to the fraction 1/2. This can actually be generalized to the form x / (2 * x) where x is a nonzero number (e.g. real number, complex number).
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... is also nonzero.
Since 44 is not the perfect square, √44 is irrational or can't be expressed in fraction of two integers, such that they are nonzero.
No, you cannot have a zero displacement and a nonzero average velocity. If the object has not moved any where how can you attain a nonzero velocity? You cannot.
A quantity which does not equal zero is said to be nonzero. A real nonzero number must be either positive or negative, and a complex nonzero number can have either real or imaginary part nonzero.
A nonzero whole number is a quantity which does not equal zero and number without fractions.