Positive Rational Numbers

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Key Characteristics

The following are true of positive rational numbers:

  • The term refers to any whole number, fraction, or decimal greater than zero.

  • They can be represented by
    where p and q are integers and q ≠ 0, such that
    is greater than 0.


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Positive Rational Numbers Activity


Number Line

A number less than zero is a negative rational number.

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