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Q: Is a negative decimal always rational?

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Yes, it can.

No.

It is a negative rational number in decimal form. It is also a real number.

Yup

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Yes, negative decimal numbers are rational, as long as it is terminating or repeating.

Yes.

a negative decimal number, a rational number, a nice number

Always

Yes.

Repeating decimals are always rational.

No.

Any number, negative or positive, can be expressed as a decimal number. So a negative number can always be expressed as a negative decimal.

Yes.

Yes.

No.

A number with a finite number of decimal digits is always rational. (If the number of decimal digits is infinite, the number is rational only if there is a repeating pattern.)

Yes - any integer, whether positive or negative, is rational. Rational numbers are defined as those which can be expressed as a ratio or non-recurring fraction or decimal.

It is not negative and either the decimal terminates such as 2.13 or there is no decimal or it is a fraction so pi would not be rational but 1/234 is

It is a decimal representation of a negative rational number. It also belongs to any superset that contains the set of negative rational numbers.

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always because it is just the same # but positive or negative

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

Yes. It's the ratio of negative 33 to 4, also the ratio of 33 to negative 4. Any positive or negative decimal that ends and doesn't go on forever is rational.