Q: Is five over six rational number?

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Yes.

One over six is an integer divided by an integer.That is the definition of a rational number.

Yes, it is.

5/6 does not equal a whole number.

There is only one type of rational number, namely the type that follow the definition precisely: A rational number is a number that can be written as a fraction of two (relatively prime) whole numbers a and b. A number is either rational or not rational. 123/67 is a rational number. Pi, or the square root of six, are irrational numbers. In decimal form, a rational number has a finite amount of decimals, or a repeating pattern of them. An irrational number has infinitely many non-repeating decimals.

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Yes.

One over six is an integer divided by an integer.That is the definition of a rational number.

Yes, it is.

yes. rational numbers are numbers that can be expressed as fractions and so since 6/7 is a fraction, it is a rational number.

NOPE!!:)

5/6 does not equal a whole number.

There is only one type of rational number, namely the type that follow the definition precisely: A rational number is a number that can be written as a fraction of two (relatively prime) whole numbers a and b. A number is either rational or not rational. 123/67 is a rational number. Pi, or the square root of six, are irrational numbers. In decimal form, a rational number has a finite amount of decimals, or a repeating pattern of them. An irrational number has infinitely many non-repeating decimals.

Six is the number after five.

No, it is irrational.

Five over six 5/6

Yes, it is.

The square root of six is irrational. Do you mean a rational approximation?