Q: What is a ratio of 2 integers where the denominator equals 0?

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It is not defined.

Rational numbers

It is a rational fraction.

Not quite. A rational number is a ratio and each rational number is a ratio of specific pairs of integers - not ANY two integers. And, of course, 0 is not allowed on the denominator.

121 can be expressed as the ratio 121/1, where both numerator and denominator are integers, the denominator not being 0. That is the definition of a rational number.

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And the denominator is 0

There is none

It is not defined.

It is not defined.

The denominator cannot be 0 because division by 0 is not defined.

It is a rational number.

It is integer1/integer2.

Rational numbers

It is a rational fraction.

Not quite. A rational number is a ratio and each rational number is a ratio of specific pairs of integers - not ANY two integers. And, of course, 0 is not allowed on the denominator.

The ratio of two integers is a fraction that represents the division of one integer by another. As long as the denominator is not equal to zero, the ratio is defined. For example, the ratio of 4 to 2 is 4/2, which simplifies to 2.

121 can be expressed as the ratio 121/1, where both numerator and denominator are integers, the denominator not being 0. That is the definition of a rational number.