Q: Compare these rational numbers negative 4 and negative 4 and 1 over 2?

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-7/8 < -5/6 (a+)

Yes, it is.

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TrueYes.All rational numbers are a fraction of one integer (numerator) over another integer (denominator).All integers can be made into a[n improper] fraction over a denominator of 1.Thus all integers are rational numbers

no it is not irrational irrational is a neverending number like2.36945856235......... that goes on and on 6 over 7 is a rational number rational numbers are whole numbers natural numbers and integers.

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- 8/2 = - 4

-7/8 < -5/6 (a+)

-6 < 5 1/2

Some rational numbers are negative numbers. Rational numbers are those numbers that can be expressed as one integer over another integer, ie of the form p/q where p & q are both integers. For example: 1/3, 5/8, 36/5, -27/58

3/5 < 3/4

Oh~ u r doing maths! The rational numbers are like fractions or decimals. For example, negative 8 over 7 is a rational numbers. or 0.2, 1.5, etc.... -2, +2, the one that doesn't have decimals or fraction is not a rational numbers.

The one which says rational numbers (ℚ).

"negative 49 over 19" is the ratio of -49 to 19. That's rational.

3/10 is rational. Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational Numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction.

-13/12 is a rational number

Yes any number that can be expressed as a fraction is a rational number

3/10 is rational. Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction.