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What is a rational number fall between each pairs of numbers? 0, -1 -(1/5 - (4/5) PLease someone help. Thank you! :)

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is that 0, -1-(1/5 - (4/5) the brackets here are not balanced...please post the question again, properly....
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is -(1/5) - (4/5) an option/choice ? because -(1/5) - (4/5) = (-1-4)/5 = -5/5 = -1 is an endpoint in the range (0,-1) and its not in between...
no its not we have to find which rational numbers fall in between (0, -1) and -(1/5) - (4/5)
-(1/5) - (4/5) evaluates to -1, so basically, you are asking, find which rational numbers fall in between (0, -1) and -1 doesn't make sense to me... also, both -1/5 and -4/5 lie in between (0,-1)
hmmmm.... Well, I'm pretty sure that the rational numbers that fall in between (0, -1) are -1/2 and -1/3 not sure though...... but I really don't know
actually there are infinite rational numbers between any 2 integers, and yes, -1/2 and -1/3 also lie in between (0,-1) so unless you have options/choices....
No I don't sorry

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