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No. I don't agree with Geetha's argument.
Pi(π) is an irrational number with its value equal to 3.14159...(no definite ratio)

If we consider, π/1 ,even then it is not a rational number.
Its because, rational number is a number which can be written in simple fractions and not anyway in terms of decimals.

In this case, π/1 = 3.14159.../1 (which isn't in simple fractions but in decimals)
Hence, π/1 is not a rational number.
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No I don't agree with GEETHA'S statement because by definition of rational number,a number is said to rational if it can be written in the form of p/q where p,q are integers and q≠0,but here 1 is integer but pi is not a integer.so pi is not rational.

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