Q: An open sentence that is true for any number?

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The definition of a rational number is the quotient of any two nonzero integers.

True.

Yes it is true. When entering a number as a criterion you type the number without any dollar signs or commas. :)

True.

In mathematics a rational number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction.

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an open sentence is defined as one that contains "free variables," which are variable that have not been assigned a specific meaning. Because of this open sentences cannot be labeled as true or false, their status is "open. Any number that makes the open sentence true satisfies it. In general we would call these the solutions or solution set. I must state that there are many definitions in many books that all give slightly different answers to what an open sentence is.

An open number sentence is a sentence which contains a variable. A variable is a unknown number replaced with any letter and can appear on either side of the equals sign.

It's for a crossword puzzle. It has 8 letters and the 6th letter is an R.

Identities are statements that are true for any number.

For positive integers, it is true that the largest factor of any number is itself

No, it is not true.

No; this statement is not true. The number 6 is an example of why this is not true.

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The definition of a rational number is the quotient of any two nonzero integers.

Yes. That is true for any number "a".

Yes, it is true.

True.