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Can the quotient of an integer be divided by a nonzero integer a rational number always?

Yes, it is.


Is the quotient of an integer divided by a nonzero integer always a rational number?

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Yes, always. That is the definition of a rational number.


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Is the quotient of two nonzero numbers never a rational number?

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Why any number raise to the power 0 is always 1?

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What number divided by any number except zero always has a quotient of zero?

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Is 62 divisible by 133162?

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Is the quotion of any two nonzero integers is a rational number true?

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Does an even number divided by an even number always equal an even quotient?

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What is the number to be divided?

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Why the product of nonzero rational number and a rational number is an irrational?

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What is the number of times a number is divided?

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