If a is a rational number and b is a rational number, then the product ab must be?
Rational Numbers can be represented as a fraction where the numerator and denominator are integers and the denominator is not equal to zero.
Answer: If a is a rational number and b is a rational number, then the product ab must be a rational number.
Let's see the example
Let's take two Rational Numbers,
a = 1/6 and b = 2/3
Product of the two numbers will be:
a × b = (1/6) × (2/3) = 2/18 (Rational Number)
Thus, we see that the product of two Rational Numbers result gives a Rational Number.