It is a rational number, in decimal form. In the form of a ratio, it is 11/100.
12.52 is rational, as is any number that you can write out completely in decimal form.
Not completely to its end. If you can completely write a number with digits, then it's a rational number.
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To write something in rational form means to write it as a fraction. If you are given a negative number in the form of a fraction, it is already in rational form. If you are given a decimal and wish to turn it into a fraction, just use 10, 100, etc as the denominator. In the case of a repeating decimal there is a method but that's another question!
It is still a rational number.
It is a negative rational number in decimal form. It is also a real number.
0.7 IS is a rational number. It is in the form of a terminating decimal.
I think it's a repeating decimal.
If the decimal number can be expressed as a fraction (with one whole number over another), then it is a rational decimal number. So 7/5 is a rational number, and remains as such even if expressed in decimal form (of 1.4).
A rational number is any number that can be written in the form of one integer over another integer; all rational numbers have a decimal form that either terminates or repeats one, or more, digits forever. 4.680 is a terminating decimal, therefore it is a rational number. 4.680 = 4680/1000 = 468/100 = 117/25 -------------------------- The decimal form of a rational number will repeat forever if the prime factorization of the denominator contains any prime other than 2 or 5.
It is already a decimal and a rational number because it can be expressed as fraction in the form of 48/5 simplified
Rational Numbers are any number that can be written in fraction form .This includes integers, terminating decimals, and repeating decimals as well as fractions. A decimal number can be written in rational numbers depending on the place value of the decimal point.
0.75 is a rational number because it can be expressed as a decimal in the form of 3/4
There are infinitely many rational numbers and, in decimal form, most of them have infinitely many digits. So there cannot be a longest rational number.
It already is in decimal form.
The number is already in decimal form!
Yes, 8.75 is a rational number, since it can be represented in the form p/q = 8.75.
Yes, because it is in the form of terminating decimal
a negative decimal number, a rational number, a nice number
The number in decimal form is 0.12.
0.75 is a rational decimal number because it can be expressed as a fraction on the form of 3/4