The number -1/2 is a rational number, a negative integer divided by a positive integer.
No because -1/2 is a rational number expressed as a fraction
A negative irrational number can be thought of as an irrational number multiplied by -1, or an irrational number with a minus sign in front of it.
If it says "negative irrational", then obviously it is irrational.
If you have any positive irrational number, then its negative is also irrational.
No, it is neither rational nor irrational. It is a complex number.
No. Some negative numbers are irrational and some are not. Some irrational numbers are negative and some are not.
Not necessarily. Irrational numbers can be negative or positive.
Negative has nothing to do with the property of being rational or not. A negative number might be rational or irrational. Rational numbers are ones that can be written as fractions such as 1/5. The number -1/5 is also rational. Ones that cannot be written as fractions are irrational such as the square root of 2, but the negative square root of two is also irrational.
No -6 can be expressed as a fraction (-6/1) and therefore cannot be irrational. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as fractions.
-Pi is irrational, because it does not terminate or repeat. Whenever you multiply an irrational number by a rational number (-1), the result is an irrational number.
The negative of a rational number is also rational.
No integer is irrational.
No. Irrational and rational numbers can be non-negative.
It is irrational.
The result is 1.
Answer #1:Negative one-half to the negative 4th power, ie -((1/2)-4) equals -16Answer #2:Negative one-half to the negative 4th power, ie (-1/2)-4 equals +16
No, they can be rational or irrational. The sign of a number has nothing to do with it.