No, it can be written as in improper fraction: 3/1
Technically, yes. -3, a negative integer, can be written as -3/1 or -6/2 which are fractions.
No. (-1/3) - (-2/3) = + 1/3
No. It is -3 and can be written as a fraction, so it is rational.
-3 into a fraction can be -3/1, -6/2 etc.
-8/10 (negative eight tenths)
Yes, as it can be written as a fraction.
Yes, a fraction can be negative, e.g., -4/3, -2/5, etc.
Negative 3 and five sevenths expressed as an improper fraction is - 26/7.
-4/1 (Negative four over one)
what is the improper fraction for negative 3 and 4/5
15 to the negative 5th power as a fraction can also be written as 1/15 to the 5th power.