13: 2. Here 13 and 2 are incommensurable quantities. State whether true or false.
If the ratio between any two quantities, of the same kind and having the same unit, can be expressed exactly by the ratio of two integers, the quantities are known as commensurable quantities. Otherwise, it is known as incommensurable quantities.
Here 13 and 2 are integers. Therefore, they are commensurable quantities.