Which statement about rational numbers is true?

all rational numbers are fractions.

rational numbers never have repeating decimals.

some integers are not rational numbers.

all fractions are rational numbers.

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all rational numbers are fractions.

rational numbers never have repeating decimals.

some integers are not rational numbers.

all fractions are rational numbers.

All fractions are rational numbers is true

All fractions containing integers are rational numbers

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B

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All rational numbers are fractions.

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A rational number is a type of number that can be expressed as a fraction, a/b where

a is the numerator.

b is the denominator.

b may be equal to 1 so every integer is a rational number

Rational numbers have numerator and denominator.

A set of rational numbers is called "rationals". Example of rational numbers includes 0, 5, 6, 44/5, 12357/68.

D

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All rational numbers are fractions.

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Integers like 3 or 10 are rational numbers and they can be written as a fraction :- 3/1 and 10/1.

A) All rational numbers are fractions

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The rational number in the form of p/q, where q not equal to zero.

Therefore, all rational numbers are fractions.

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Rational numbers never have repeating decimals.

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A repeating decimal would make it an irrational number.

all fractions containing integers are rational numbers is true I believe.

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D

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