yes because there can be negatives
Not necessarily. Negatives can be rational or irrational - each one is the same as its positive counterpart.
Rational. All the counting numbers (and their negatives) are rational. So all integers are rational. Rational means a number which can be expressed by an integer divided by any other nonzero integer. ("Rational", from "ratio"). In the decimal system some might be difficult to write down exactly (like 1/3, or 1/7), but that difficulty doesn't stop them being rational.
That is not correct. A rational function may, or may not, have a vertical asymptote. (Also, better don't write questions with double negatives - some may find them confusing.)
Within the set of rational numbers, positives and negatives are considered opposite.
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There are no negatives
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No, it is rational.
When combining (adding) two negatives you get a negative. When multiplying two negatives you will get a positive.
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Double negatives are illogical.
McLaren's Negatives was created in 2006.
There are negatives and positives associated with a fascist government. Some negatives of fascism include a direct and authoritative government.
1.14 is rational.
the negatives are that they do not have their own monarch
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The duration of McLaren's Negatives is 600.0 seconds.
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4.6 is rational.