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Unit 1: Real Number

Real number system

QuestionAnswer
Real Number System A system of numbers that include natural, whole, integers, rational and irrational numbers.
Natural Numbers Counting numbers; begins with one and goes to infinity.
Whole numbers counting numbers and zero
Integers Positive whole numbers, zero, and negative whole numbers
Rational Numbers Positve whole numbers, zero, negative whole numbers, fractions, repeating and ending decimals
Irrational numbers Numbers that never end nor have a repeating pattern
Order of Classifying Rational Numbers Natural, Whole, Integer, and rational numbers
All whole numbers are in the set of integers. True
All rational numbers are in the set of natural numbers False
All integers are in the set of real numbers. True
All natural numbers are in the set of irrational numbers. False
All rational numbers are in the set of integers. False
All integers are in the set of rational numbers. True
All irrational numbers are in the set of whole numbers. False
All whole numbers are in the set of rational numbers. True
All natural numbers are in the set of integers. True
All integers are in the set of whole numbers. False
Created by: ttholmon