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Unit 2: Order, Locate & Compare Rational Numbers

greater than > is more than
greatest to least arrangement according to size, amount or value from the largest to the smallest, hottest to coldest, highest to lowest, etc.
inequality occurs when things are not equal
integers the set of whole numbers and their opposites; a positive number, a negative number or zero but not a fraction or a decimal fraction
least to greatest arrangement according to size, amount or value from the smallest to the largest, coldest to hottest, lowest to highest, etc.
less than < not as many as
opposite number two numbers having the same numeral but different signs, example: -4, +4
rational numbers the set of numbers that can be written as a ratio of integers, including all integers, fractions, repeating decimals and terminating decimals.
whole numbers the set of numbers including zero and all counting numbers; no fractions, decimal fractions or negative numbers.
set a collection of items designated by curly braces { }, example: {0, 1, 2, 3}
ratio a multiplicative comparison of two quantities expressed with the same units.
counting numbers the set of numbers use for counting things.
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