# Is negative 7 a rational number?

**Is negative 7 a rational number?**In

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YES, **negative 7** (-**7**) is a **rational number** because –**7** satisfies the definition of a **rational number**. Other examples of **rational numbers** are: 1/2, 3/4, 22/**7**, 5 = 5/1, 2½ = 5/2, 0 = 0/1, .

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Simply so, are negative numbers a rational number?

The **rational numbers** includes all positive **numbers**, **negative numbers** and zero that can be written as a ratio (fraction) of one **number** over another. Whole **numbers**, **integers**, fractions, terminating decimals and repeating decimals are all **rational numbers**.

One may also ask, is negative 3 a rational number? −**3 is negative** so it is not a natural or whole **number**. **Rational numbers** are **numbers** that can be expressed as a fraction or ratio of two integers. **Rational numbers** are denoted Q . Since −**3** can be written as −**3**1 , it could be argued that −**3** is also a real **number**.

One may also ask, is 7 a rational number?

**Rational Numbers**. Any **number** that can be written as a fraction with integers is called a **rational number** . For example, 1**7** and −34 are **rational numbers**.

Is negative 1 a irrational number?

–**1** is an integer (the **negative** of a natural **number**). All integers are rational. So an **irrational number** is a **number** that cannot be expressed as the quotient of two integers.

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