yes it can i think
No because an integer is always the same number with its opposite
I don't know sorry
yes there is a difference. integers are numbers and their opposites. rational numbers are numbers and their parts.
no because rational numbers are a fraction and integers are not
the difference is idk I need help
no i don't think because they are both DIFFERENT things
Yes. One looks like this: 0.1
The other looks like this: -65
no there is not much of a difference you use integers with the rational numbers.
It is different because rational number is repeating integers do not repeat
Integers whole number and opus it
Rational number integers and a pair
Rational number's is interfer +their parts
Interger is whole numbers and their opposites
The difference is integers are whole numbers and their opposites
An integer could not be a rational number because an integer can't be a faction.
Yes because integer is a whole number and rational numbers are integers
Rational numbers are integers plus parts. And integers and there opposite.