 Classifying Real Numbers
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• Question 1
30 seconds
Q.

Classify the number by checking all that apply!

-6.75

(Hint: every number shown is a REAL number!)

Natural

Whole

Integer

Rational

Irrational

• Question 2
30 seconds
Q.

Classify the numbers by checking all that apply!

$\sqrt{175}$

Natural

Whole

Integer

Rational

Irrational

• Question 3
30 seconds
Q.

Classify the number by checking all that apply!

$5\pi$
(Anything with  $\pi$  is irrational)

Natural

Whole

Integer

Rational

Irrational

• Question 4
30 seconds
Q.

Classify the number by checking all that apply!

$\frac{30}{3}$

Natural

Whole

Integer

Rational

Irrational

• Question 5
30 seconds
Q.

Classify the number by checking all that apply!

$-\sqrt{9}$

Natural

Whole

Integer

Rational

Irrational

• Question 6
30 seconds
Q.

Rachel states that -5.5 is an integer because it is negative.

Is she correct?

Why or why not?

Yes, because all negatives are integers.

Yes, because all integers have decimals.

No, because integers do not have decimals.

No, because integers cannot be negative.

• Question 7
30 seconds
Q.

Jeremy says that 5.676677666777... is a rational number because it is a decimal that goes on forever with a pattern.

Is he correct?

Why or why not?

Yes, because the decimal is repeating.

No, because it is an integer.

No, because a pattern is not a repeating decimal.

• Question 8
30 seconds Q.

Which could be the value of D?

-10

0

$\frac{3}{4}$

2.5

• Question 9
30 seconds Q.

Which could NOT be the value of B?

5

$\frac{1}{2}$

-12.5

$\sqrt{32}$

• Question 10
30 seconds Q.

Which example could be represented by A?

$\pi$
$\frac{3}{4}$