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no example 2-3=-1 it can be positive: 3-2=1

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No, it is not.

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Q: Is the difference of two positive rational number always positive?

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No, it is always irrational.

A positive rational number.

Yes, a negative number subtracted from a positive number will always be positive. Subtracting a negative number is the same as adding the opposite of the negative number. The opposite of a negative number is always positive. A positive number plus a positive number is always positive.

Yes. The rational numbers are a closed set with respect to subtraction.

There is no simple answer:Zero is smaller than any positive number.Zero can be larger or smaller than a rational number.A rational number can be larger or smaller than a positive number.

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No.

Any positive number is always bigger than a negative number - whether they are rational or irrational.

No, it is always irrational.

The square of a negative number is always positive. The square of -8 = 64, a rational number

Yes, that's true.

It is the positive value of that rational number.

The square root of any positive square number is always rational as for example the square root of 36 is 6 which is a rational number.

Yes, it is.

A positive rational number.

Yes, a negative number subtracted from a positive number will always be positive. Subtracting a negative number is the same as adding the opposite of the negative number. The opposite of a negative number is always positive. A positive number plus a positive number is always positive.

Yes. The rational numbers are a closed set with respect to subtraction.

The absolute value is always positive.