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Q: Is negative 12 over negative 3 rational?

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No. An irrational number is any number that is not a rational number; A rational number is any number that can be expressed as one integer over another integer. negative 3 over 4 is one integer (negative 3) over another integer (4), and so is a rational number.

3/12 = 1/4 = 0.25, which terminates, so it is a rational number.

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(-12/3)*3 = -12

-3 is a rational number

-1/3 x -12/13 = + 4/13

(-7/12) / (-3/4) = (7/12) / (3/4) = (7/12) * (4/3) = (7/3)*(1/3) = 7/9

It is -3, which is an integer

Negative three is a rational number.

No. It is -3 and can be written as a fraction, so it is rational.

Any integer, whether it is positive or negative, is a rational number.

Rational -1.(3 repeating) Any repeating decimals are rational. However, a number such as pi (3.141592654...) does not repeat or end.

- (3/4) - (-5/6) = - (9/12) - (-10/12) = - 9/12 + 10/12 = 1/12

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-2/3 is a rational number

12/56 is a rational number which can be simplified to 3/14 and is approximately 0.2143 as a decimal.

7/12 - 11/12 = -4/12 which simplifies to the final answer of negative 1/3

No, -3 is a rational number. All fractions are rational along with all decimals that terminate or repeat. (this applies to both positive and negative numbers.)

Yes, they are all less than, for example, 12/3

When x = -3

Yes. It can be written as -3/1.

Because it can be expressed as an improper fraction in the form of -3/1 and so therefore it is a rational number

4 3s = 4*3 = 12, which is a rational number.

Yes. 0.3 with a bar over it is 1/3, which is a rational number.