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the greatest number that is an integer and rational number but is not a natural or whole number is -1

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What is the greatest number that belongs to the set of integers and rational numbers but not to set of natural numbers and whole numbers?

There is no such number. All of these sets go on forever.


Are All rationals numbers are in the set of natural numbers?

1. No.The Natural numbers are the positive integers (sometimes the non-negative integers).Rational numbers are numbers that can be expressed as the quotient of two integers (positive or negative). All Natural numbers are in the set of Rational numbers. 2. No. Natural numbers are usually defined as integers greater than zero. A Rational number is then defined simply as a number that can be expressed as an integer divided by a natural number. (This definition includes all rational numbers, but excludes division by zero.)


Why is the sum of any two rational numbers a rational number?

== == The set of natural numbers is {1, 2, 3, ...} The set of integers is {..., -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...} All natural numbers are integers. A rational number is an integer 'A' divided by a natural number 'B'; i.e. A / B. Suppose we add two rational numbers: A / B + C / D This is algebraically equal to (AD + BC) / BD Since A and C are integers and B and D are natural numbers, then AD and BC are integers because two integers multiplied yields an integer. If you add these together, you get an integer. So we have an integer (AD + BC) on the top. B and D are natural numbers. Multiply them and you get a natural number. So we have a natural number BD on the bottom. Since (AD + BC) / BD is a rational number, A / B + C / D is a rational number. OLD ANSWER: Since a rational number is, by definition, one that can be written a a ratio of 2 integers, adding 2 rationals is tantamount to adding 2 fractions, which always produces a fraction (ratio of 2 integers) for the answer, so the answer is, by definition, rational. llllaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllaaaaaaaaaaaalaaaaaaaa


Are all rational numbers real?

I think not . Only whole , natural , integers , and real number are real .


Is a rational number a natural number?

A rational number is sometimes a natural number. For example, 7 would be a rational number and a natural number. But 7.25 is a rational number and not a natural number. A natural is the number 1 and any other number obtained by adding 1 to it repeatedly; either an element of the set {, , , ...} (the positive integers) or an element of the set {, 1, 2, 3, ...} (the non-negative integers); any positive integer,; and any of the counting numbers (1, 2, 3, 4…). so overall, we know that a rational number is sometimes a natural because some rational numbers follow the definition and some don't.True

Related questions

What is the greatest number that belongs to the sets if integers and rational numbers but not to the sets of natural numbers and whole numbers?

the answer is -1


What is the greatest number that belongs to the set of integers and rational numbers but not to set of natural numbers and whole numbers?

There is no such number. All of these sets go on forever.


Are natural numbers whole numbers and integers also rational numbers?

Natural and whole numbers are, and integers are rational.


What kind of numbers belongs to the family of real numbers?

Numbers that include real numbers are natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers and irrational numbers.


When are rational numbers not natural?

Most of the time. For example, when they are negative integers.


Is 7 rational or irrational?

7 is a rational number because whole numbers, integers, and natural numbers fit under rational and 7 is a natural number:)Yes.


How is a rational number defined?

A rational number is a continuous quantity that is a quotient of two integers in which the second integer is a natural number. Rational numbers include the integers as well as non-integers such as fractions and decimals. Rational numbers are the direct result of the arithmetical operation of division.


Are All rationals numbers are in the set of natural numbers?

1. No.The Natural numbers are the positive integers (sometimes the non-negative integers).Rational numbers are numbers that can be expressed as the quotient of two integers (positive or negative). All Natural numbers are in the set of Rational numbers. 2. No. Natural numbers are usually defined as integers greater than zero. A Rational number is then defined simply as a number that can be expressed as an integer divided by a natural number. (This definition includes all rational numbers, but excludes division by zero.)


Are all real numbers a rational?

No, real numbers include rational, irrational, and natural numbers as well as integers.


Is there rational numbers that are not integers?

there are real numbers, natural numbers, and whole numbers that all make up rational numbers


What is the relation between integers natural numbers whole numbers rational and irrational numbers?

Natural numbers = Whole numbers are a subset of integers (not intrgers!) which are a subset of rational numbers. Rational numbers and irrational number, together, comprise real numbers.


Why is negative three a rational number?

Negative three is rational because it is a integer and if its a integer it is a rational. Integers are basically natural numbers plus the negtives and zero.

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