**rational numbers**. First of all, what is rational numbers?

**Rational Numbers:**

- A number that can be expressed as the quotient of two integers, where the divisor is not zero. Which means that a number that can be put into a simple fraction.

For example:

-half in decimal form is 0.50 and when it is written in a fract it is 1/2.

**Irrational Numbers:**

- The opposite of rational numbers. The number cannot be expressed as the quotient of two integers, where the divisor is not zero. Which means that you can't put a number into a simple fraction.

For example:

-a number that goes on and on and on and never stops, 0.12345678910111213141516...

I hope you like my post! (:

## 2 comments:

Good work Shaneille! It's very clear, and has a lot of detail. But, instead of fraction, it says fract. But overall, great post!

MY BAD! I mean Melissa! Sorry, I just finished commenting on Shaneille's, and... yeah. SORRY Melissa!

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