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Q: How do you express negative two as a fraction?

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It can be a negative or positive fraction, a negative or positive integer, or zero.

The same as any two fractions. In this case, the answer will be negative.

you make it into a fraction by puting whatever the negative exponent is attach to an pu that on the botttom of the fraction and leave a one on top

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If the numerator is negative and the denominator is positive then the fraction will be negative. If the numerator is negative and the denominator is negative too then the fraction will be positive.

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9 is am integer, not really a fraction. But you can express it as 9/1.9 is am integer, not really a fraction. But you can express it as 9/1.9 is am integer, not really a fraction. But you can express it as 9/1.9 is am integer, not really a fraction. But you can express it as 9/1.

Unless the fraction is negative, the fraction is

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You put the negative to the side, before the fraction, or you put the negative in the numerator, so it's a negative fraction. It can look like this: -1/2 or the negative can be on the side of the fraction

a negative exponent simply indicates that the term is the reciprocal of the given value. x to the power of negative 2 is 1/x^2

The fraction becomes less negative. It remains a negative fraction but moves nearer to 0.

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just have the fraction be negative(do this by putting the negative symbol on the denominator, numerator or before the fraction).

The result in this case is positive.

Negative 13 is an integer, not a fraction.