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Rational Numbers and Rational Expressions

Watch the LearnZillion video to identify rational numbers by exploring their characteristics.  Return to this page after viewing the video.

Definition: A rational number is a number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction \(\dfrac{p}{q}\) of two integers with numerator \(p\) and a non-zero denominator \(q\)

  1. Provide examples of rational numbers that are not in fraction form.
  2. Provide non-examples of rational numbers (numbers that are not rational).
  3. How are rational expressions different than rational numbers?

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