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    Section 1-3 Exploring Real numbers
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    Objectives Understand the sets of real numbers and  why we classify numbers Recognize absolute value as distance from  zero. 
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    Natural numbers  –     1,2,3,……. Whole numbers  – 0,1,2,3,…. . Integers  –  ……-2,-1,0,1,2,3,4,……. . Rational Numbers-  any number that you can write  in the form    where a and b are integers and  they can be written as decimals that repeat or terminate All integers are rational numbers because you can write  any integer as a fraction
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    Name the set(s) of numbers to which  each given number belongs 1. -13  1.   1. –3.28 1. 42 25 13
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    Irrational numbers  Irrational Numbers-  cannot be expressed in  form      , where a and b are integers the numbers after the decimal go on forever  without any repeating TRUE OR FALSE: ALL INTEGERS ARE RATIONAL NUMBERS TRUE OR FALSE: ALL NEGATIVE NUMBERS ARE INTEGERS
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Unformatted text preview: How can we keep all these groups of numbers straight in our heads? Put this diagram in your notes Name the set(s) of numbers to which each number belongs 1.-12 1.-4.67 1. 1. Which set of numbers is most reasonable for the cost of a new bike? 5 The number line! Opposites- two numbers lie the same distance from zero on a number line in opposite directions. Absolute Value Distance from 0 on the number line (always positive). Simplify each expression What do those bars mean? 5 4-7 . 3-7 5 Simplify this expression x x x +- Comparing numbers on the number line Inequality a mathematical sentence that compares the value of two things. Inequality symbols: Insert the correct symbols 5 10-5 3-1-20 16 5 4-8 3 2 1 Homework #3 p 21 (1-10, 14-20, 24-27, 50-62 even)...
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