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supercait10

  • one year ago

Please help me out with theses Questions. Question 1. Which of the following numbers is an example of an integer? A. -15 B. 3 - 5 C. yroot 7 D. 0.252525 . . . Question 2. Which statement is false? A. Every integer is a real number. B. The number zero is a rational number. C. Every irrational number is a real number. D. Every real number is a rational number. Question 3. How would you change this sentence to a true statement? Some irrational numbers are also rational numbers. A. All irrational numbers are also rational numbers.

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  1. FireKat97
    • one year ago
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    An integer is defined as a whole number (not a fraction, or decimal...). Negative whole numbers are also considered integers. So which option(s) do you think are correct for Q1?

  2. supercait10
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    B. Half of the irrational numbers are also rational numbers. C. One-third of the irrational numbers are also rational numbers. D. Irrational numbers cannot be classified as rational numbers. Question 4. How would you change this sentence to a true statement? A. Every Irrational number is a rational number B. Every irrational number is a real number. C. Every irrational number is a whole number. D. Every irrational number is a perfect square. \[\sqrt{7}\] for Question 1, Choice 3 so u know

  3. supercait10
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    um A?

  4. FireKat97
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    Yup thats correct

  5. FireKat97
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    For Q2, we have already established what an integer is, but do you know what rational and irrational numbers are?

  6. supercait10
    • one year ago
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    not really I was just thrown into Algebra and also it doesn't help much I suffered from a concussion so can't remember half the stuff I learn in school

  7. FireKat97
    • one year ago
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    oh thats terrible :/ Anyway, a rational number is one which can be written in fraction form, where both, the numerator and denominator are whole numbers.. e.g. 2/3, 4/7 and irrational numbers are those which cannot be written into fractions like above, for e.g. π, because π is a never ending number, and you cannot write a never ending number in fraction form

  8. supercait10
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    okay

  9. FireKat97
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    and do you know the definition of real numbers?

  10. supercait10
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    include all rational and irrational numbers

  11. FireKat97
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    yes thats right. So in Q2 what do you think the answer is?

  12. supercait10
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    umm a maybe

  13. FireKat97
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    Yup thats correct!

  14. FireKat97
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    and what do you think the answer to Q3 would be?

  15. supercait10
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    D?

  16. FireKat97
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    Yup I also agree with that.

  17. FireKat97
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    and what do you think the answer to Q4 is?

  18. supercait10
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    umm B?

  19. FireKat97
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    Yup thats correct!

  20. supercait10
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    okay i might need ur help more

  21. FireKat97
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    sure, no problem!

  22. supercait10
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    okay let me get a whole new question up so one minutes

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