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- 1. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the set of ALL rational and irrational numbers.Real NumbersRational NumbersIntegersIrrational Numbers
- 2. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am a real number that can be written as a ratio of integers with a non-zero denominator.Real NumbersWhole NumberRational numberIrrational Number
- 3. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am a number that cannot be written in ratio form(a/b), where a and b are integers and b ≠ 0.Whole NumberRational NumberNatural NumberIrrational number
- 4. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 pt
I am the set of counting numbers (1, 2, 3, 4...)

Rational Numbers

Irrational Numbers

Natural Numbers

Whole Numbers

- 5. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the set of natural numbers and zero (0, 1, 2, 3, 4.....)Rational NumbersIrrational NumbersNatural NumbersWhole Numbers
- 6. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the set of whole numbers and their oppositesRational NumbersIrrational NumbersIntegersWhole Numbers
- 7. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am a number whose cube is equal to that number.Square RootCube RootPerfect CubePerfect Square
- 8. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am a mathematical notation that implies the number of times a number is to be multiplied by itself. This number can be an integer, positive OR negative.Square RootInteger ExponentCube RootPerfect Cube
- 9. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the symbol √, used to denote the non-negative square root.Cube RootSquare RootRadicalPerfect Square
- 10. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am a method of writing numbers as the product of two factors where the first factor is always a number greater than or equal to 1 and less than 10 and the second factor is always a power of 10.Square RootStandard NotationScientific NotationPerfect Square
- 11. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am a number that when multiplied by itself equals the original number.Perfect SquareRadicalDoublerSquare Root
- 12. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptA number that is the square of an integer. The first three integer perfect squares are 1, 4, and 9.Perfect SquareSquare RootPerfect CubeCube Root
- 13. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am a number that is the cube of an integer. The first three integer perfect squares are 1, 8, and 27.Perfect SquarePerfect CubeSquare RootCube Root
- 14. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the property that states that when multiplying two exponential expressions with the same exponent and different bases, multiply the bases and keep the exponent the same.Product of Powers PropertyNegative Exponents PropertyPower of Products PropertyQuotient of Powers Property
- 15. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the property that states that when multiplying two powers with the same base, add the exponents.Product of Powers PropertyNegative Exponents PropertyPower of Products PropertyQuotient of Powers Property
- 16. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the property that states that to find the power of a power, multiply the exponents.Product of Powers PropertyNegative Exponents PropertyPower of Products PropertyPower of Powers Property
- 17. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the property that states that when dividing two exponential expressions with the same base, subtract the exponents.Product of Powers PropertyNegative Exponents PropertyPower of Products PropertyQuotient of Powers Property
- 18. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the property that states that a^ -n = 1/a^nProduct of Powers PropertyNegative Exponents PropertyPower of Products PropertyQuotient of Powers Property
- 19. Multiple Choice2 minutes1 ptI am the property that states that a⁰ = 1 (assuming a ≠ 0)Negative Exponents PropertyQuotient of Powers PropertyZero Exponent PropertyProduct of Powers Property
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