Every fraction is a rational number but a rational number need not be a fraction. 

Let a/b be any fraction. Then, a and b are natural numbers. Since every natural number is an integer. Therefore, a and b are integers. Thus, the fraction a/b is the quotient of two integers such that b ≠ 0. 

Hence, a/b is a rational number. 

We know that 2/-3 is a rational number but it is not a fraction because its denominator is not a natural number. 

Since every mixed fraction consisting of an integer part and a fractional part can be expressed as an improper fraction, which is quotient of two integers.

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Thus, every mixed fraction is also a rational number. 

Hence, every fraction is also a rational number. 


Let us determinewhether the following rational numbers are fractions or not:

(i) 1/3

1/3 is a fraction. Since both the numerator (1) and thedenominator (3) are natural numbers.

(ii) 6/3

6/3 is a fraction. Since both the numerator (6) and thedenominator (3) are natural numbers. 

(iii) (-5)/(-3)

(-5)/(-3) is not a fraction. Since both the numerator (-5)and the denominator (-3) are not natural numbers. 

(iv) (-17)/9           

-17/9 is not a fraction. Since the numerator is -17 and whichis not a natural number. 

(v) 35/(-4)

35/(-4) is not a fraction. Since the denominator is -4 andwhich is not a natural number. 

(vi) 41/1

41/1 is a fraction. Since both the numerator (41) and thedenominator (1) are natural numbers. 

(vii) 0/1

0/1 is not a fraction. Since the numerator is 0 and which isnot a natural number. 

(viii) 1/10

1/10 is a fraction. Since both the numerator (1) and thedenominator (10) are natural numbers. 

So, from the above explanation we conclude that everyrational number is not a fraction.

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Equivalent Rational Numbers

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Equality of Rational Numbers using Standard Form

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Equality of Rational Numbers using Cross Multiplication

Comparison of Rational Numbers

Rational Numbers in Ascending Order

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Representation of Rational Numberson the Number Line

Rational Numbers on the Number Line

Addition of Rational Number with Same Denominator

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Addition of Rational Numbers

Properties of Addition of Rational Numbers

Subtraction of Rational Number with Same Denominator

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Subtraction of Rational Numbers

Properties of Subtraction of Rational Numbers

Rational Expressions Involving Addition and Subtraction

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Multiplication of Rational Numbers

Product of Rational Numbers

Properties of Multiplication of Rational Numbers

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