Q: What is the rational number that is equal to its negative?

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-17/10 = -1.7

rational number.

No. The additive inverse of zero or a negative rational number is not negative.

Yes, negative numbers can most certainly be rational. A rational number is simply a number which can be expressed as a fraction. An example of a negative rational number is: -1/2

The additive inverse of EVERY positive rational number is a negative number.

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Zero is the only scuh number.

It is a negative number. It is also a rational number; also, it's a real number.

-17/10 = -1.7

It is the positive value of that rational number.

Negative three is a rational number.

No, -5 is a negative, rational number.

Any rational positive number is still rational when you make the same number negative.

It is the smallest non-negative rational number. Negative numbers are rational and are smaller.

The negative of a rational number is also rational.

You use a negative rational number when an answer is below zero.

Yes - any number that can be expressed as a fraction (or ratio) is a rational number, even if that number is negative. Expressed as a proper fraction in its simplest form, -0.96 is equal to -24/25 or negative twenty-four twenty-fifths.