# Is a radical a rational number?

**Radicals**and

**Rational Numbers**:

**rational numbers**is a

**number**that can be written as a fraction with an integer in both the numerator and the denominator.

**Radicals**are

**numbers**of the form n√x , and are read as ''the nth root of x ''.

People also ask, is Radical 8 rational or irrational?

So we have shown that the **square root** of any non-square cannot be **rational**; hence, it is **irrational**. And since **8** is a non-square, the **square root** of **8** is **irrational**. QED.

Also, is radical 7 rational? it is irrational no. Proof. let assume that √**7** is **rational** no. so it could be written as: √**7**=p/q form where p and q are co prime….

Additionally, is negative 25 a rational number?

Answer and Explanation: The **number 25** is a **rational number**. It is a whole **number** which can be written as the fraction **25**/1.

Is 0 an irrational number?

Any **number** which doesn't fulfill the above conditions is **irrational**. What about zero? It can be represented as a ratio of two integers as well as ratio of itself and an **irrational number** such that zero is not dividend in any case. People say that **0** is rational because it is an integer.