Q: What is the structure of rational?

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The rational numbers form an algebraic structure with respect to addition and this structure is called a group. And it is the property of a group that every element in it has an additive inverse.

No, it is rational.

It is rational. It is rational. It is rational. It is rational.

"Rational" is an adjective and so there cannot be "a rational" (and certainly not "an rational"). Any answer would depend on whether the question was about a rational number, a rational person, a rational argument or "a rational" combined with some other noun.

It is rational.

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