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They are the infinite number of rational numbers between 0 and +6

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Can rational numbers not be negative?

Rational numbers can be negative or positive.


Are all negative numbers are rational?

No, not all negative numbers are rational. There are many negative numbers that are irrational, just like the positive numbers.


Can a rational number be negative in the denominator?

Yes. It can also be negative in the numerator. Both positive and negative numbers (as well as zero) can be rational numbers. Both positive and negative numbers can be irrational numbers. Both positive and negative numbers (as well as zero) can be integers.


Can rational numbers be positive and negative?

Yes, they can.


Are rational numbers always integers?

Most of the time yes, positive or negative whole numbers count as rational numbers. So do positive or negative fractions.


Can rational numbers be negative?

Any rational positive number is still rational when you make the same number negative.


When multiplying and dividing rational numbers how do you know if the answer will be a negative?

It the two rational numbers have different signs, then the answer will be negative, otherwise it will be positive.


Are all rational numbers positive?

Not at all. The class of "natural" numbers are all positive, but the classes of "real" numbers and "rational" numbers include negative numbers.


Are positive and negative numbers rational number?

Yes, they are.


Is negative17 rational or irrational?

Integers are rational numbers, whether they are positive or negative.


How do you use negative rational numbers?

Negative rational numbers are used in the same way that negative whole numbers are used: they are simply the additive inverses of their positive counterparts.


Why are positive rational numbers greater than negative rational numbers?

Because 1. Positive integers are greater than negative integers, and 2. Division by a positive number preserves the order.