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Math 950 Test 1

Number standards

All positive and negative fractions, including integers and so-called improper fractions. Formally, _______ numbers are the of all real numbers that can be written as a ratio of integers with nonzero denominator._____ are indicated by the symbol Q. Rational numbers
Any number that is ________. An _____ number cannot be written as the ratio. of two integers. Irrational numbers
is a number that can be positive or negative and have decimal places after the point. Example: 3.44, -56.1 Real number
s a number that has no fractional part, and no digits after the decimal point. It can be positive, negative or zero. Integer
are the same thing as counting numbers. Also known as natural numbers. They are used to count the number of physical objects. Example 101 students. They cannot be negative. Whole Numbers
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