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Adarsh from ST.MARY'S CONVENT SR. SEC. SCHOOL , asked a question
Subject: Math , asked on 3/7/15

 how to represent a rational number -8/3 on a number line?

Mridul Gupta , From Delhi Private School , added an answer
Answered on 25/7/10

on the no. line, divide the difference between two consecutive nos. into 3 equal parts.

like  ,-1 ,  ,  , 0, , , 1, , , 2  and so on

now -8/3 = -2  2/3

so we take the second part between -2 and -3

like  let the no. here be x

 -3,x, ,-2 , , ,1 and so on

x is -8/3

if you are content the thums up

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Darshil , added an answer
Answered on 12/3/13

 

like ,-1 , , , 0, , , 1, , , 2 and so on

now -8/3 = -2 2/3

so we take the second part between -2 and -3

like let the no. here be x

-3,x, ,-2 , , ,1 and so on

x is -8/3

Swetha , From Sri Prakash Vidya Niketan , added an answer
Answered on 12/6/15
in between -8 and -9 represent -8/1, -8/2,-8/3,-8/4....
then we can represent it on number line
Bharadwaj , From New Horizon Gurukul , added an answer
Answered on 12/7/15
how to represent the rational number graphically or geometrically on the number line

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