Algebra 1

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Which statement about real numbers is true?

Across the heading says: real numbers.
The first big circle says: rational numbers
The second biggest circle inside rational numbers says: integers
The third circle within the rational numbers says: whole numbers.
Then there is a circle off to the side by itself that says: irrational numbers.

A. Every rational number is an integer.
B. every real number is a rational number.
C. Every integer is a rational number.
D. Every irrational number is an integer.

I think it is C.

Thank You.

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    Well, I am busy drawing your Venn diagram

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    I didn't know how to submit it sorry

  • Algebra 1 -

    You don't have to worry about it - I never submitted one of these before. I thought the explanation was good

  • Algebra 1 -

    Not A integer is subset of rational

    Not B, rational is a subset of Real

    Yes C, Integer is a subset of Rational

    Not D Irrational is certainly not in the integer circle

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    Thank you.

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    You are welcome.

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