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Operations with Integers and Rational Numbers

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Nisha Goyal
Operations with Integers and Rational Numbers
If we look at any integer say -7, we find that -7 can be written as -7 /1, where -7
and 1 both are integers and the denominator 1 < > 0.
So -7 is absolutely
expressed in form of a rational...
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Operations with Integers and Rational Numbers

If we look at any integer say -7, we find that -7 can be written as -7 /1, where -7

and 1 both are integers and the denominator 1 < > 0.

So -7 is absolutely

expressed in form of a rational number.

Now, in this we are going to learn about operations with integers and rational

numbers.

All mathematical operations namely addition, subtraction,

multiplication and division can take place with both integers and rational

numbers.

As integers all the properties of addition namely closure, commutative,

associative satisfy with rational numbers too.

There exist an additive identity 0 (zero), such that we add 0 to any rational

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