Q: Why is -0.6 rational?

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No, it is rational.

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"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.

It is rational.

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