Yes, I can: multiply them by their negative reciprocal then the result will always be a negative whole number - the number -1. For example 5/8 → 5/8 × -8/5 = -1 However, if you mean by "convert" changing into an equivalent fraction, then only if they are the equivalent of a negative whole number can it be done. For example -8/2 = -4
You do nothing. A negative number is a whole number.
It can be. -3 is a whole negative number (a negative integer) but -2.5 is not.
Negative 0.6 is not a whole number.
6 is a whole number -47.03 is a negative number -179 is a negative whole number
Any non-negative number less than 8. If the number being divided is not a whole number, the remainder will not be a whole number either.
They can be. For example, -3 is a negative whole number.
Any whole number can be written as a fraction, with the whole number in the numerator, and the number one in the denominator. Compare this to the definition of "rational number".
integers are basically any whole number, a negative integer is a negative whole number...such as -12
8xN where N is any integer (whole number, positive, negative or zero)
A negative number can refer to any number with a - symbol before it, for example, -3, or -7.5, or -9.9993. A negative integer can only refer to a whole number, such as -3, or -8, or -12.
Yes, an integer is either a positive or negative whole number.