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Select ALL sets of numbers to which each real number belongs.
-10
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
Select ALL sets of numbers to which each real number belongs.
$\frac{5}{6}$
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
Select ALL sets of numbers to which each real number belongs.
$\sqrt{24}$
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
Select ALL sets of numbers to which each real number belongs.
0
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
Select ALL sets of numbers to which each real number belongs.
$-\sqrt{81}$
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
The value $\sqrt{0}$ last location in the real number system would be ___.
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
The value $\sqrt{36}$
last location in the real number system would be ___.
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
The value of $-\frac{24}{8}$ last location in the real number system would be _____.
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
The value $\pi$ last location in the real number system would be _____.
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
The value -3.75 last location in the real number system would be _____.
Irrational
Rational
Integer
Whole
Natural
Which does NOT represent an integer?
$2\frac{2}{3}$
$-\frac{18}{2}$
$\sqrt{9}$
0
Which is an irrational number?
$\sqrt{21}$
$3\frac{5}{8}$
$2.\overline{41}$
-13
Which statement is false?
All whole numbers are integers.
All real numbers are irrational numbers.
All natural numbers are whole numbers.
All whole numbers are rational numbers.
Which set of numbers is closed under subtraction?
Irrational Numbers
Integers
Natural Numbers
Whole Numbers
Which of the following sets is NOT closed under addition?
Odd Numbers
Natural Numbers
Whole Numbers
Integers
What property is this statement?
If 5 + 7 = 12, and $\sqrt{144}$ = 12,
then 5 + 7 = $\sqrt{144}$
Transitive Property
Symmetrical Property
Commutative Property
Inverse Property
What property is the following statement?
$6\cdot\frac{1}{6}=1$
Inverse Property of Multplication
Inverse Property of Subtraction
Identity Property
Inverse Property of Addition
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