Since negative six is not an odd integer, there cannot be any set of odd integers starting from it.
negative 6 over 5
Five times six equals thirty. Negative five plus negative six equals negative 11.
Yes because it is a whole number
It is both.
Yes. Integers are simply whole numbers. If a number doesn't have a factor or a decimal, it is an integer.
One over six is an integer divided by an integer.That is the definition of a rational number.
Negative six is.
If sea level is 0, then feet above sea level would be a positive integer, while feet below sea level would be a negative integer. The integer for six feet below sea level would be -6.
Five over six 5/6
First, add negative 5 and four. That answer is negative 1. Then add negative six, which is -7.
Eight and five over six plus six and three over eight = 365/24 or 155/24
The answer is negative five and two-fifths or -5.4.
-5 is greater than -6
-6 < -5/8
the answer is 2
Five minus eleven is negative six, or 5-11=-6.
-5/6 is closer to -1 than -6/5, since it is only 1/6 above -1 while -6/5 is 1/5 below -1. 1/6 is less than 1/5 because it has a larger denominator and the same numerator. To put it another way, 1/5 is 0.2 while 1/6 is only 0.1666....