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Integers have a few properties that dictate how they are used. Many equations may be solved using these rules or properties. Any positive or negative number, even zero, is an integer. The properties of these integers can assist in easily simplifying and addressing a sequence of integer operations.
The following are the five significant properties of operation for integers:
Any number can be expressed as p/q, where q≠0 is a rational number in mathematics. We may also classify any fraction as a rational number if the denominator and numerator are both integers and the denominator is not equal to zero. As a rational number (i.e., a fraction) is split, the output is in decimal form and may be ending or repeating.
Check the criteria below to see whether a number is logical or not.
Rather than expressing rational numbers as fractions, they may be expressed in decimal form. They can conveniently be converted to decimals by dividing the numerator “p” by the denominator “q” (as rational numbers are written in the form p/q).
A terminating or non-terminating, repeating decimal may be used to express a rational number.
Compared to improper rational fractions, the representation of rational numbers in decimal fractions allows calculations to be more straightforward.
A fraction is a numerical value that denotes the components of a larger whole. If a number is separated into four sections, it is represented by the symbol x/4. As a result, the fraction x/4 denotes 1/4th of the integer x. Fractions have a significant role in our everyday lives. There are several instances of a fraction as an operator that you can find in daily life.
They are as follows:
In this chapter, we learned about number systems. We learned about fractions and the reciprocal of a fraction. We can further use this knowledge for problem-solving using operations.