No, -5 is a negative, rational number.
the answer is rational.
-5 is an integer and a rational number. Integers can be positive or negative. Rational numbers can be expressed as a fraction of integers.
-5/6 is a rational number expressed as a fraction
A rational number is any number that is not irrational - that is, it can be designated with numbers (2, -5, 0, 1/3, 0.14, etc.) A non-negative rational number number is exactly what it sounds like. It's any rational number that is not negative.
It is a negative integer. It is a rational number, a real number.
Any number you can completely write with digits is rational. A rational number is any number that can be written as the ratio of integers. Negative 9 and 5 sevenths is the ratio of -68 to 7 .
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.
Yes, -5/7 is a rational number because it can be expressed as a fraction.
Yes to all three.
Yes. It can be expressed as the ratio of -5 to 6.
Any integer is a rational number. For example, you can write -5 as -5/1, in other words, a fraction with integers in the numerator and the denominator.
Think of a numberline, Travle 5 sides to the negative side, and than 5 steps back , this is negative 5 and positive 5. This appplies for all rational numbers
-0.2 is another way of saying -1/5. It's rational.
it can be expressed as a fraction
Yes, -5 is a rational number
-5 is rational
Yes.-5 is a rational number. It's the ratio of 5 to -1 .
5 = 5/1 is a rational number
The quotient of 5 and negative 30 is both. Rational numbers and integers include many of the same numbers. Integers are positive and negative counting numbers, but rational numbers include nonrepeating decimals and fractions.
It is another rational number.