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Q: When converting a negative fraction into a decimal is the decimal positive or negative?

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A decimal or fraction is not an integer. An integer is a positive or negative whole number. Meaning that a positive or negative fraction or decimal is not an integer.yes by what the paper says

i can be a negative number a negative number or a zero but i am never a decimal or fraction

It is an integer.

You convert the fraction do decimal exactly as you would a positive fraction. Then you stick a minus sign in front.

The answer is normally a positive fraction or decimal as for example 4^-2 = 1/16 or 0.0625

I'll guess "polar"

That's an integer.

A decimal can be a positive or negative number.

You just divide like you would divide any other decimal, and then... Positive and Positive = Positive Negative and Negative = Positive Positive and Negative = Negative I hope my answer helped! :)

whole numbers are any positive or negative number that does not have a fraction or decimal point

It is not negative and either the decimal terminates such as 2.13 or there is no decimal or it is a fraction so pi would not be rational but 1/234 is

always because it is just the same # but positive or negative

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