. In the standard form of a rational numbers the denominator is always a


A: 0

B: negative integer

C: positive integer

D: 1

Best Answer

Explanation: 

A rational number is number which is in the form p/q of where p,q aare integers and q≠0.

In standard form of rational number, the denominator is a positive number and numerator and denominator does not have any common factor other than unity.

So, in standard rational number, the denominator is always a positive number.

So, Option (C) is correct.

Final Answer:

Thus, Option (C) is correct.

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