Which of the following cannot be a part of a set of rational numbers?
Rational numbers include natural numbers, whole numbers and integers. Rational numbers are denoted by Q.
Any number which can be expressed in the form pq [p, q are integers and q≠0] are known as rational numbers, whereas the irrational numbers are the one which are neither terminating nor repeating.
So, irrational numbers cannot be a part of set of rational numbers.