Any negative number that can be written as a fraction is rational. For example, -1 and -1/2 are both rational, but negative Pi isn't.
Yes, -1/2 is a rational number and it's also negative.
A positive number, and also rational.
Yes, negative numbers can most certainly be rational. A rational number is simply a number which can be expressed as a fraction. An example of a negative rational number is: -1/2
-2 is a rational number.
Yes any number that can be expressed as a fraction is a rational number
One and a 1/3
The number -1/2 is a rational number, a negative integer divided by a positive integer.
238 divided 2 3rds is 357.
Rational numbers can be negative or positive.
- 8/2 = - 4
Yes, -1/2 is a rational number
This is 14/3rds
-2 is rational. It can be expressed as a ratio/fraction of 2 integers (can be negative or positive), and -2 = -2/1 or -4/2.
- 2/15 is the ratio of -2 and 15, or of 2 and -15 ... nice and rational.
Negative numbers can be rational but not all negative have to be rational. It all depends if they can be put into a fraction.
Not necessarily. There are negative irrational numbers, such as negative pi, negative square root of 2, etc.. Some negative numbers that are rational include -2, -13, -8, -4/7, -241/39 etc.
6 2/3 - 2 2/3 = 4
7/3 = 2 and 1/3
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