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0 is a rational number.

Answer:

True.

Zero is a whole number and all whole numbers are rational numbers.

Because, 0/1 is a rational number.

hello students welcome to lido homework i'm chris lay your maths tutor and in this video i'm going to solve a math problem okay so as you can see on the screen there's a statement given you need to see whether the statement is true or false so it reads 0 is a rational number so what is a rational number rational number is a number which can be represented in the form of p by q where p and q are integers okay and q is not equal to 0 okay so 0 can also be written as 0 by 1 where p is 0 and q is 1 and both are negative both are integers so obviously this is a true statement okay 0 is a rational number i hope it's clear if you still have any doubt put a message in the comment section and subscribe to our channel for regular updates bye

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