Any Integer in (a/b)form where, 'b' is not equal to '0' is defined as rational number. In this 'a' and 'b' are integers and if b> 0 than every integer is called as rational number. Rational number posses lot's of properties one of them is additive inverse of Rational Numbers. Additive inverse means addition of inverse or addition of negative or opposite of number. For instance, we have a rational number (x/y) then inverse of (x/y) is (-x/y) and when we add inverse of rational numbers with the orginal number like: (-x/y) + (x/y) then this process is known as additive inverse of rational numbers and additive inverse gives result as 'zero'.
The given Integer 3 is a Rational number as it can be represented as: 3/1
then according to additive inverse we get.
Given Rational number is decimal number q= 4/10, then additive inverse of q is -(4/10),
Given, Rational number is negative,
We have a rational number suppose 't'