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Q: What is a ratio of two integers when the denominator congruent zero?

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It is a rational fraction.

It is a rational fraction.

No, they are not!

It is a fraction in rational form.

yes and no because if it zero wouldn't it be a whole number or a improper fraction with a 1 under the numerator

Rational numbers are, by definition, expressible that way.

The requirement for a number to be a rational number is that it can be expressed as a ratio of two integers, where the denominator does not equal zero.

If the denominator is 0 then the fraction is undefined.

It is rational because it can be written as a ratio of two integers where the denominator is not zero. The number 98 can be written as 98/1.

A rational number is one that can be expressed as the ratio of two integers with the denominator not being zero. An irrational number is one that is not rational.

A quotient of two numbers cannot have a denominator which is zero: such a fraction is not defined.

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.

By demonstrating that it is equivalent to the ratio: 57/100. Any number that can be expressed as the ratio of two integers, the denominator not equal to zero, is rational.

no because a ratio is relation between two numbers and a rational number is a number capable of being expressed as an integer a quotation of integers, excluding zero as a denominator

Provided the second integer is not a zero, the ratio will be a rational number.

It is a rational fraction.

An irrational number is a number that can't be expressed by a fraction having integers in both its numerator and denominator.

ratio of two integers, p/q where q is not equal to zero.

It comes from a ratio of two integers, the second of which is not zero.

An irrational number is a number that can't be expressed by a fraction having integers in both its numerator and denominator.

Suppose p/q and r/s are rational numbers where p, q, r and s are integers and q, s are non-zero.Then p/q + r/s = ps/qs + qr/qs = (ps + qr)/qs.Since p, q, r, s are integers, then ps and qr are integers, and therefore (ps + qr) is an integer.q and s are non-zero integers and so qs is a non-zero integer.Consequently, (ps + qr)/qs is a ratio of two integers in which the denominator is non-zero. That is, the sum is rational.Also p/q * r/s = pr/qs.Since p, q, r, s are integers, then pr and qs are integers.q and s are non-zero integers so qs is a non-zero integer.Consequently, pr/qs is a ratio of two integers in which the denominator is non-zero. That is, the sum is rational.

Rational numbers are equivalent to ratios of two integers (the denominator being non-zero). A ratio is a relationship between two set of values. For example, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter is pi, which is not a rational number.

A rational number

Absolutely. As long as it can be expressed as a fraction with the denominator not being zero, and both numerator and denominator being integers.

72 = 72/1. You can multiply the numerator and denominator of this ratio by any non-zero number to get an equivalent ratio.