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Give one example for the following statement:
A number which is rational but not an integer.


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In mathematics, a rational number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction $$\dfrac {p}{q}$$ of two integers, Where $$p$$ is the numerator and $$q$$ is a non-zero denominator. Since $$q$$ may be equal to $$1$$. Therefore, every integer is a rational number.
The number which is rational but not an integer is $$\dfrac{3}{7}$$.

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