Category:Definitions/Rational Numbers

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A number in the form $\dfrac p q$, where both $p$ and $q$ are integers ($q$ non-zero), is called a rational number.

The set of all rational numbers is usually denoted $\Q$.


$\Q = \left\{{\dfrac p q: p \in \Z, q \in \Z_{\ne 0}}\right\}$

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