Introduction to Rational Numbers

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  • Q1

    In a rational number, if the denominator is a positive integer and the numerator and the denominator have no common factor other than 1, then the rational number is said to be in its 

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    Answer:

    standard form.

    Explanation:
    The number 7/5  is in standard form.
     5 =  positive integer and 7 and 5 hare no common factor other than 1.

     

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  • Q2

    The ascending order of -3/5, -1/5, -2/5 is

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    -3/5, -2/5, -1/5.

    Explanation:

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  • Q3

    The rational number corresponding to 0.3 is

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    Answer:

    3/10.

    Explanation:

    0.3 10/10 = 3/10

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  • Q4

    An equivalent rational number of 64/256 will be

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    Answer:

    1/4.

    Explanation:

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  • Q5

    An equivalent rational number of -3/16 will be

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    Answer:

    -6/32.

    Explanation:

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