Mark says that the number 2 is a rational number because he can write it as the fraction >
Is Mark correct? Why or why not?
O Mark is correct because the denominator, 1, is an integer.
Mark is correct because the fraction is equal to V2.
Mark is not correct because 2 is not equal to the fraction
Mark is not correct because a fraction is rational only if the numerator and the denominator are both integers.
0.24 is not 2/4.
0.24 is 24/100.
neither i nor ii 56 / 4.9 = 11.91489362 and 82 / (11+5) =5.125 so i is wrong
ii. (24/8+2) times 3 = 15 and (42+9)/2 =25.5