It would be a positive number. A negative number divided by a negative number would be positive. A positive number divided by a positive number would also be positive. So, the quotient of 2 integers with the same sign will be a positive number, regardless of which sign the two numbers had.
It is a negative rational number.
True. If the equation is (-4)divided by (-8) the quotient will be +2 because 8 divided by 4=2 and the two integers are the same, so it's positive. The same goes for multiplying integers.
You simplyadd them and keep the same sign. 3 + 2 = 5 -3-2 = -5
The definition of an irrational number is that it cannot be expressed as the quotient of 2 integers, so no.
When dividing integers with the same sign, your answer will be positive. 10 divided by 2 is 5. -100 divided by -50 is 2. I hope I answered your question. Thank you for asking.
546 ÷ 2
Here are a few familiar quotients of integers:1/22/33/47/10The quotient of two integers is seldom an integer.
34000 and 10.
Not always - for example, the quotient of 16 and 2 is equal to 16/2 = 8, but the quotient of 17 and 2 is equal to 17/2 = 8.5.
18 and -2
They are 18 and -2.
0.8333 expressed as a fraction of 2 integers is 5/6.
You subtract the smaller from the larger.
10 and 2.
4 divided by -2
It is: 273/50 = 5.46 which is the quotient of two integers
The sign of the product of four integers depends on the signs of the individual integers. There are 4 cases: 1) When all 4 integers share the same sign and all are non-zero (either all are positive or all are negative), the product is positive. 2) When 3 of the 4 integers share the same sign and all are non-zero (3 are positive and 1 is negative; or 3 are negative and 1 is positive), the product is negative. 3) When 2 of the integers are positive non-zero and the other 2 of the integers are negative non-zero, the product is positive. 4) If even one of the integers is zero, the product is zero (no sign - it is neither positive nor negative).
The quotient of two nonzero integers is the definition of a rational number. There are nonzero numbers other than integers (imaginary, rational non-integers) that the quotient of would not be a rational number. If the two nonzero numbers are rational themselves, then the quotient will be rational. (For example, 4 divided by 2 is 2: all of those numbers are rational).
an integer is any whole number for example 1, -1, 72, -72 the quotient is the answer to a division problem so the quotient of 2 integers is one whole number divided by another whole number
It will be greater.
Rational numbers are numbers that can be expressed as the quotient of two integers (3/2, 15/16). All integers, then, are rational numbers (12 = 12/1).