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- 1. Multiple ChoiceA repeating decimal or decimal that terminates is called aNatural NumberIrrational NumberRational NumberWhole Number
- 2. Multiple ChoiceWhat are your counting numbers (1,2,3..)?Rational NumbersWhole NumbersNatural NumbersIrrational Numbers
- 3. Multiple ChoiceA number can be rational and irrational.TrueFalse
- 4. Multiple ChoiceAll whole numbers are integers.FalseTrue
- 5. Multiple ChoiceWhat is an example of an irrational number?-2/3.75575557654..230
- 6. Multiple ChoiceWhat is true about irrational numbers?They are terminating decimals.They are non-repeating decimals.They are fractions.They are natural numbers.
- 7. Multiple ChoiceClassify the Number: 120Counting, whole, integers rational, realIrrational, realwholeWhole, counting
- 8. Multiple ChoiceHow would 5/9 be classified?rational and realwhole and integeronly realonly irrational
- 9. Multiple ChoiceIs √2 Irrational?YesNo
- 10. Multiple Choice
Classify the number: -23

natural, whole, integer, rational, real

integer, rational, real

integer, irrational, real

whole, integer, rational, real

- 11. Multiple Choice
Classify the number: 3

natural, whole, integer, rational, real

whole, integer, rational, real

natural, whole, integer, irrational, real

natural, whole, integer, rational

- 12. Multiple Choice
-14 could be classified as all of these EXCEPT?

Integer

Real

Rational

Whole

- 13. Multiple Choice
Classify the number: 0

natural, whole, integer, rational, real

integer, irrational, real

irrational, real

whole, integer, rational, real

- 14. Multiple Choice
A non-repeating or non-terminating decimal is classified as ________________.

rational, real

irrational, real

integer, rational, real

whole, integer, irrational, real

- 15. Multiple ChoiceAn example of an integer is...9.18/9-9-2.3
- 16. Multiple ChoiceAn example of a whole number is:4/9-95.217
- 17. Multiple Choice
Classify the Number: 2.587

irrational, real

rational, real

integer, rational, real

integer, irrational, real

- 18. Multiple Choice
Natural numbers are:

1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, . . .

0,1,2,3,4,5...

1, 2, 3, 4, . . .

. . . , -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, . . .

- 19. Multiple ChoiceAll Integers are whole numberstruefalse
- 20. Multiple ChoiceWhat is the definition of an integerAll positive and negative whole numbersDecimals or fractions that terminate for repeatAll positive whole numbers0
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