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**numbers**which can be written as p/q wherepand q, both are integers and p is not equal to

**0**arecalled

**rational numbers**. when we know that

**0**can bewrittenas

**0**/1 with denominator 1, we see that both

**0**and 1are integers, where 1 is not equal to

**0**. so we concludethat

**0 is a rational**mumber an not irrational.

Similarly, is 0 is a rational number and why?

It can be represented as a ratio of two integers aswellas ratio of itself and an irrational **number** such thatzerois not dividend in any case. People say that **0**is**rational** because it is an integer.

**is 0**.Negative

**numbers**don't have real square roots since a squareiseither positive or

**0**. The square roots of

**numbers**that are not a perfect square are members of the

**irrationalnumbers**. This means that they can't be written asthe quotientof two integers.

Also know, is zero a rational number if yes give two examples?

**Yes**, 1,**2**,3,4,,,,,allpositive**numbers** are called natural **numbers**.**Thenumbers** in **the** form **of** p/q are called**rationalnumbers** where q is not **equal to zero**.**zero** isincluding in **the** integers series So 0 isainteger..

In mathematics, a **rational number** isa**number** that can be expressed as the quotient or fractionp/qof two integers, a numerator p and a non-zero denominator q.Sinceq may be equal to 1, every integer **is a rationalnumber**. Areal **number** that is not **rational** iscalledirrational.