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Rational and Irrational Numbers

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  • 1. Multiple Choice
    1.5 minutes
    1 pt

    Define whole numbers:

    Whole numbers start from 1 and up (counting numbers).

    A whole number has no decimal or fractional part and starts with zero.

    All positive and negative integers, fractions and decimal numbers.

    Positive or negative, large or small, whole numbers, fractions or decimal numbers.

  • 2. Multiple Choice
    1.5 minutes
    1 pt

    Natural Numbers:

    Whole numbers from 1 and up (counting numbers)

    a number that cannot be expressed as a fraction (because the decimal goes on forever without repeating)

    Positive or negative, large or small, whole numbers, fractions or decimal numbers

    A number with no fractional or decimal part and starts with zero

  • 3. Drag and Drop
    1.5 minutes
    1 pt

    Integers are the set of ​ (a)   and their ​ (b)  

    whole numbers
    opposites.
    fractions
    irrational
    rational
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