can a rational number have a denominator of 0?

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can a rational number have a denominator of 0?

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    No

    Step-by-step explanation:

    It can be expressed in the form of a simple fraction with a numerator (p) divided by a (/) a denominator (q). Both the numerator and the denominator must be regular integers themselves. … The denominator (q) cannot be zero.

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