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The numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, ... make up the entire set of numbers called the

natural (counting) numbers

whole numbers

integers

rational numbers

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The numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, ... make up the entire set of numbers called the

natural (counting) numbers

whole numbers

integers

rational numbers

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The numbers ..., -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, ... make up the entire set of numbers called the

natural (counting) numbers

whole numbers

integers

rational numbers

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Proper fractions, improper fractions and mixed numbers are

natural (counting) numbers

whole numbers

integers

rational numbers

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Decimals that terminate (end) and decimals that repeat (have a pattern) are

natural (counting) numbers

whole numbers

integers

rational numbers

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Numbers that contain that a decimal that never ends AND never repeats (like pi) are

rational numbers

irrational numbers

integers

whole numbers

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The number 4 is

a counting number

a whole number

an integer

all of the above

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The number 0.95 is

a counting number

a whole number

a rational number

an irrational number

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$\sqrt{49}$ is considered

a rational number because 49 is a perfect square.

a rational number because 49 is not a perfect square.

an irrational number because 49 is a perfect square.

an irrational number because 49 is not a perfect square.

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$\sqrt{7}$ is considered

a whole number

a counting number

an irrational number

a rational number