# All positive rational numbers lie between 0 and 1000. True or False? Why?

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by ishaParekh

2015-05-28T17:55:58+05:30
It's a false statement.

That's because, as the definition of rational number says - Any number in the form of p/q, where is a non-zero number, can be called a rational number

So, positive rational numbers start from 1 and go on extending forever.

2015-05-28T17:58:48+05:30

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This is a false statement
becoz, the definition of rational number tells that  - Any number in the form of p/q, where q is a non-zero number, can be called a rational number. So, positive rational numbers start from 1 and so on

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this is a false statement.
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