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# CP Algebra: 2-1.2-5

### Study with your CP Algebra vice.

Do "Natural Numbers" contain a 0 in their set of numbers? No
What are the first three numbers in the set for "Natural Numbers"? (1, 2, 3...)
Do "Whole Numbers" contain a 0 in their set of numbers? Yes
What are the first three numbers in the set for "Whole Numbers"? (0, 1, 2...)
Do "Integers" contain negatives, positives, or both? Both
Name the first three numbers in the set of "Integers". (...-1, 0, 1...)
Define "Positive Numbers". Greater than zero
Define "Negative Numbers". Less than zero
What is the definition/equation for "Rational Numbers"? d/e
What do the abbreviations mean in the equation/definition "d/e"? d,e = integers e = does not equal 0
What do "Rational Numbers" contain? Integers, fractions, and decimals.
What signs accompany "Abosolute Value"? |x|
With "Abosolute Value" the answer is always what? Positive.
Define "Absolute Value". How many numbers (x) is from 0
If rational numbers have the same sign, you: Add the |absolute values| and keep the same sign.
If rational numbers have different signs: Subract the |absolute values| and use the sign with the greater absolute value.
Define "Additive Inverse Property". The sum of a number and it's additive inverse is 0.