Positive And Negative Rational Numbers

 A rational number is said to positive if both of the numerator and denominator are either positive or negative.
 e.g. 5/6,−2/−3,0/2 etc 

 A rational number is said to be negative if one of the numerator or denominator is negative.
 e.g. −1/2,3/−5,0/−1 etc. 

Every integer is a rational number but every rational number need not to be an integer.

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