Any integer divided by a non-zero integer is rational.
Yes, that is how a rational number is defined.
Let N be any non-zero integer. Then 58*N divided by N will always give 58 as their quotient.
No. The second integer MUST be non-zero.
Any integer can be divided by any non-zero integer, and the result is a rational number.
The answer is 0. 0 divided by any non-zero number gives the answer 0. Division by 0 is not defined.
Divide a non-zero integer by a non-zero integer.
Any non-zero integer.Any non-zero integer.
Yes, rational fractions consist of one integer divided by a non-zero integer.
Multiply both the numerator (top) and the denominator (bottom) of the quotient by any non-zero integer or divide both by any common factor. You will have an equivalent quotient.
The answer is 0 as long as the number you're dividing by is a non-zero number.
A fraction, consisting of one integer divided by another, non-zero, integer is a rational number.
It is a non-zero integer.
Select any non-zero integer D and let N = -173*D.Then the quotient N/D = -173*D/D = -173.
Every number besides 0 can be safely divided into 3, 5, and 7, although most of the resultant quotients will have a non-zero remainder. If you require all three quotients to have a remainder of zero, then the divisor must be the reciprocal of any non-zero integer. If you require the divisor itself to be a non-zero integer, then there are only two numbers that can be divided into 3, 5, and 7 without a remainder, 1 and -1.
Multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same non-zero integer. You can divide the numerator and denominator by the same non-zero integer, but the integer has to be a factor of them both.
Chose any non-zero integer k. Then 1/1 = k/k.Chose any non-zero integer k. Then 1/1 = k/k.Chose any non-zero integer k. Then 1/1 = k/k.Chose any non-zero integer k. Then 1/1 = k/k.
A non-positive integer is a negative integer. The term refers to any integer (a number that has no decimal part) that is less than zero.It means that it is an integer (whole number), and that it isn't positive. In other words, that includes zero, and negative integers.
Zero and the negative numbers.
Any number that has non-zero digits after the decimal point is NOT an integer.
Any number with non-zero digits after the decimal point is NOT an integer.