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\text { Represent } \frac{-2}{11}, \frac{-5}{11}, \frac{-9}{11} \text { on the number line. }

Answer:

Divide the line between the integers into 11 parts.

Thus, the rational number \frac{-2}{11}, \frac{-5}{11}, \frac{-9}{11} lie at a distance of 2, 5, 9 points, away from 0, towards negative number line respectively.

"hello students i am rita your math
leader tutor and the today's question is
represent minus 2 by
11 minus 5 by 11 and minus 9 by 11
on the number line first of all we
draw a number line and we
mark it because these all are
the numbers are minus 2 by 11
these the numbers are minus
2 by 11.
minus 5 by 11
and minus 9 by 11 these all are proper
fraction and proper fraction
is between we have to make proper
fraction between 0
and 1 but these all are negative numbers
so these
we have to make 0 and minus 1
let it be let it be this is minus 1
and this one is 0
this one is 0 now we have to make
that we have to make 11 equal parts so
we have to
draw 10 lines between
minus 1 and 0 10 equal lines that is 1
2 3 4
5 6 7
8 9 10
now we have 11 parts now we name them
the first one is minus the first one
is minus 1 by 11 then
minus 2 by 11 minus 3
by 11 minus 4 by 11
minus 5 by 11 minus 6
by 11 minus 7 by 11
minus 8 by 11 minus 9
by 11 and minus 10 by 11
but we have to show only minus 2
by 11 so this is minus 5
by 11 this one and minus 9 by eleven
so this one so these are our answers i
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