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1) a rational number is always a Natural number, true or false, explain. 2) Rational numbers are not real numbers, true or false, explain. Please help me on this :( I just got into advanced math for 7th grade and its hard.

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  1. anonymous
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    Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as fractions. This includes integers and decimals that end or repeat. (1, ½, ¼, -4, etc) Natural numbers are positive integers. (1, 2, 3, 4, etc) In other words, all natural numbers are rational, but not all rational numbers are natural. All rational numbers are real

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    thank you soo much

  3. anonymous
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    You're welcome check this out http://algebraawesomeness.wikispaces.com/Number+Classification?responseToken=03a700cfc7e7c95f8030e5147a716f816

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