Math-Rational #'s

posted by .

Just trying to understand this. Please let me know if I did these right. Thanks!!!

-7 as a rational # = -7/10

-3.03 as a rational # = -33/10

-2 3/12 as a rational # = -25/12

1.03 as a rational # = 13/10

  • Math-Rational #'s -

    First look up the definiton for a rational number and then go from there. Perhaps your textbook has a glossary or beyond that what is its meaning in a dictionary? Vocab terms can be dicey in any language, and math is no exception.

  • Math-Rational #'s -

    each of the numbers you are starting with is already a rational number.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Math

    I just wanted to check my answers with anyone willing to take the time. Identify all sets that -3/4 belongs to: a.whole #s, integers, rational #s b.rational #s c.integers, rational #s d.odd #s, whole #s, integers, rational #s Ithought …
  2. algebra

    here is a rational expression, 20+2x/5-x for what value of x is the rational expression equal to zero?
  3. Math(dispute to previous question)

    2)Name the sets of numbers to which 457 belongs. (answer)natural,whole,integers,rational,reals My book says that every REAL number has to be rational or irrational. Blueridge said that my answer was correct except to exclude rational …
  4. 9th grade

    Name the set(s) of numbers to which 1.68 belongs. a. rational numbers b. natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers c. rational numbers, irrational numbers d. none of the above my answer a)rational numbers
  5. math

    What is the best sequence of names to identify this set of numbers?
  6. math- please help

    What is the best sequence of names to identify this set of numbers?
  7. Intermediate Algebra (math)

    (8x^2y^2+4xy^2-12y^2) ÷ 4xy^2 I received this problem. I was told to divide the rational expression. The problem I am having is I feel like something is missing. I only understand to divide rational expressions we take the first rational …
  8. Intermediate Algebra (math)

    (8x^2y^2+4xy^2-12y^2) ÷ 4xy^2 I received this problem. I was told to divide the rational expression. The problem I am having is I feel like something is missing. I only understand to divide rational expressions we take the first rational …
  9. Math

    1. Is square root of negative 10 irrational or rational?
  10. Math

    Will the values described in each situation be rational or irrational?

More Similar Questions