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It is rational. Any integer is a rational number, since it can be written in the form (integer)/1.

Negative 101 can be written as (-101)/(1) , (101)/(-1) , (-303)/(3) , (78,163)/(-763) ,
or an infinite number of other ratios of integers.

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