Q: What is a ratio of 2 integers where the denominator equals 0?

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And the denominator is 0

The denominator cannot be 0 because division by 0 is not defined.

There is none

It is not defined.

It is not defined.

Rational numbers

It is integer1/integer2.

It is a rational number.

It is a rational fraction.

Not quite. A rational number is a ratio and each rational number is a ratio of specific pairs of integers - not ANY two integers. And, of course, 0 is not allowed on the denominator.

That defines a rational number.

The ratio of integers to rational numbers is 0.

121 can be expressed as the ratio 121/1, where both numerator and denominator are integers, the denominator not being 0. That is the definition of a rational number.

A ration with 2 integers and has a denominator of 0 would be called rational numbers. This is taught in algebra.

If the numerator is 0 AND the denominator is not 0, then the ratio is 0. And cosine of 0 is 1.

i don't know that's why am asking you succors

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

No - because it can be represented as a ratio of integers : 81 = 81/1 Any number that can be represented as a ratio of 2 integers is classified as a rational number (other than that you can't use 0 for the denominator)

No - because it can be represented as a ratio of integers : 10 = 10/1 Any number that can be represented as a ratio of 2 integers is classified as a rational number (other than that you can't use 0 for the denominator)

If the denominator is 0 then the fraction is undefined.

No.Natural numbers by definition are whole: integers. However, if the numerator cannot be divided evenly by the denominator, or even if the numerator is less than the denominator, then it is impossible for such a ratio to result in an integer. Such ratios cannot simplify into natural numbers. (Note: This assumes that 0 is not a natural number--there is a disagreement over its membership. If 0 is considered a natural number, than any ratio with a 0 in the numerator but anything else in the denominator results in 0. A ratio with a nonzero numerator and a zero denominator is undefined. A 0/0 ratio is considered an indeterminate form and goes into calculus).

Rational

The ratio of two integers, p and q where q is not 0, can be expressed as p:q or p/q.

It is a rational fraction.

They are rational fractions.

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