# Rational Relationships Assessment Test

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 110  Settings  Take our assessment test to assess your knowledge of rational relationships. Rational relationships are like fractions, but we have variable relationships instead of integers in the numerator and the denominator.

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• 1.
Any function which can be defined by a rational fraction is...
• A.

Curve function

• B.

Rational function

• C.

Real function

• D.

Graph function

• 2.
Which is an example of a rational fraction?
• A.

Algebraic fraction

• B.

Real fraction

• C.

Proper fraction

• D.

Improper fraction

• 3.
A number that cannot be expressed as a fraction is...
• A.

Rational number

• B.

Improper fraction

• C.

Real value

• D.

Number quotidian

• 4.
Any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction of two integers is...
• A.

Real number

• B.

Rational number

• C.

Irrational number

• D.

Slope number

• 5.
A number which cannot be expressed in a ratio of two integers is referred to as...
• A.

Rational number

• B.

Real number

• C.

Irrational number

• D.

Valuable number

• 6.
An irrational number cannot be written in a fraction form.
• A.

False

• B.

Sometimes

• C.

True

• D.

Depends on some factors

• 7.
A function that is a fraction and has the property that both its numerator and denominator are polynomials is called...
• A.

Rational function

• B.

Proper function

• C.

Improper function

• D.

Slope function

• 8.
Any function which can be defined by a rational fraction is...
• A.

Rational function

• B.

Ratio

• C.

Pi

• D.

Values

• 9.
What can be used to measure continuous quantities?
• A.

Graph

• B.

Values

• C.

Real numbers

• D.

Slope

• 10.
All natural numbers are whole numbers.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• C.

Sometimes

• D.

Depends on some factors