All whole numbers are rational so there are infinitely many rational numbers that are whole numbers.
No. Every rational number is not a whole number but every whole number is a rational number. Rational numbers include integers, natural or counting numbers, repeating and terminating decimals and fractions, and whole numbers.
The set of rational numbers includes all whole numbers, so SOME rational numbers will also be whole number. But not all rational numbers are whole numbers. So, as a rule, no, rational numbers are not whole numbers.
No because all whole numbers are rational
Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. A whole number is a number with no decimals.
Yes, 191 is a whole number. All whole numbers are rational numbers.
Any number that can be expressed as a fraction is a rational number which includes whole numbers
Some are, but all are not. 2/1 is rational and whole but 1/2 is rational and not whole. So the answer is a rational number is not necessarily a whole number.
56 is a rational whole natural number. Or to put it another way: 56 is a Natural number, but as all natural numbers are also whole numbers 56 is also a whole number, but as all whole numbers are also rational numbers 56 is also a rational number. Natural numbers are a [proper] subset of whole numbers; Whole numbers are a [proper] subset of rational numbers. The set of rational numbers along with the set of irrational numbers make up the set of real numbers
-- Every whole number is a rational number. -- Any whole number divided by any whole number (except zero) produces a rational number.
Yes. In fact, every whole number is a rational number.
No, all whole numbers are rational. Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction.