Is $-18/6$ irrational, rational, natural, or integer

FizeauV
2021-02-15
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Is $-18/6$ irrational, rational, natural, or integer

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Malena

Answered 2021-02-16
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Given

$-18/6$

Now,

$-18/6=-3$ which is rational number and also an integer

Therefore,$-18/6$ is rational and also integer

Now,

Therefore,

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