The decimal would be negative. Ex: -2/3 is -0.67
A negative decimal plus a negative decimal equals a more negative decimal
It is -2.
A negative fraction need not be a terminating decimal. For example, -2/3 = -0.66... (repeating).
-5 and a 1/2 as a decimal is -5.5
You will have a negative decimal. For example, -754 in scientific notation is -7.54*10^2.
First forgot negative sign and convert decimal number to binary and then make it's 2's compliment. It will give you exactly binary number of that negative decimal number.
yes, it is possible to have a negative decimal.
Any number, negative or positive, can be expressed as a decimal number. So a negative number can always be expressed as a negative decimal.
It is - 32/10.
Decimal are not. But negative numbers can be odd or even.
-0.9 is a decimal.
Decimal points aren't positive or negative. Decimals can be either.
negative seven and one twentieth as a decimal = -7.05
A decimal can be a positive or negative number.
always because it is just the same # but positive or negative