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No, since π is an irrational number, any number that you would multiply it to would not make it rational, and if it is not rational it is definitely not a whole number.
Rational can be expressed as p/q where p and q are integers and q is not 0.
and if q is zero ,does that mean that its an irrational?
It's imaginary, it is not a real number, it does not exist.
It is not irrational
aah.. i kinda get it now ...what rational is I mean ...thanks !your the best!