In mathematics, a rational number is a type of real numbers. It can be defined as any number that can be expressed in the p/q form where q ≠ 0.
We can also say that any fraction falls under the class of rational numbers, where the denominator and numerator are integers and the denominator is not equal to zero. When the rational number that is a fraction is divided, the result will be in the form of decimal, that may be either repeating decimal or terminating decimal.
Zero can be represented as p/q in the form of 0/1, 0/2, 0/3, 0/4… And so on. Since the number zero divided by any number is equal to zero.