 # Video Tutorial: Rational Numbers: Dividing Rational Numbers

## What Are Rational Numbers?

### A Brief Review of Integers

Integers include the whole numbers, zero, and

positive numbers 1, 2, 3, etc., but also includes a different class of numbers, negative numbers. You can use a number line to represent the integers. Notice that every integer and its opposite is the same distance from 0 on the number line. Also, the arrow heads on the number line mean that the integers extend to infinity.

### Rational Numbers

All rational numbers can be written this way. Rational numbers can be written in different ways. Integers are examples of rational numbers. If a number cannot be written as the ratio of two integers, then it is an irrational number. Rational numbers can be graphed on a number line. This is part of a collection of video tutorials on the topic of Rational Numbers.

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