## How can you tell that the following number is a rational number? 0.251 A. It is a rational number because the decim

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How can you tell that the following number is a rational number?

0.251

A. It is a rational number because the decimal terminates

B. It is a rational number because there is a value of 0 in the ones place

C. It is a rational number because the sum of the digits is less than 10

D. It is a rational number because it is not a repeating decimal

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Answer:In order to be called a ‘rational’ number, a number must be the quotient that results when one non-zero integer is divided by another. An irrational number can be written as a decimal, but not as a fraction. Your number is (3 sqrt(2)) / sqrt(2) = 3, and is a rational number indeed.