Question

What is the classification of the number -10? Click all that apply.
irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural

1. Jezebel
Step-by-step explanation:
-10 is rational number because it can be expressed as a fraction of integers, such as -20/2. Since it is rational, it cannot be irrational. They are mutually exclusive.
-10 is an integer. The set of Integers, often denoted by capital Z is as follows: Z = { 0, ±1, ±2, ±3, ±4, … }.
-10 is not a ‘Whole’ number, as these are the nonnegative integers –> 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, …..
-10 is not a ‘Natural’ number, as these are the positive integers –> 1, 2, 3, 4, …..
I hope this helps.

2. Hi, there.
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What kind of number is -10? It’s a negative.
Which sets include negatives?
• Integers
• Rational
Whole & Natural are almost the same set, only whole numbers have something that natural numbers don’t – the number 0.
Irrationals are basically numbers that cannot be written as fractions.
-10 can be written as a fraction, like this: