# Pre Algebra

1.Which of the following numbers is rational?
A \frac{4}{5}
B √27
C 4.02002000200002...
D √31

2.What type of number is shown below? 0.3133113331...
A repeating decimal
B rational
C irrational
D terminating

3.Select all the rational numbers from the list.
1 √2
2 8.212211222111...
3 8.333333333...
4 √80
5 √25

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1. 1A
2C
3:3,5

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2. 4.Select all the irrational numbers from the list.
1 √16
2 √7 **
3 813.1
4 -9
5 8.070070007...**

5.Which of the following numbers is irrational?
A √36
B 1/5
C √60 **
D 6.3

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3. 4 and 5 are both ok.

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4. Thx Steve

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5. Thanks guys 100%

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6. Anyone have the answers for all 5

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7. 1. A
2. C
3. 3rd option, 5th option
4. 2nd option, fifth option
5. C

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8. mxkeywxy is correct

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9. thx guys

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10. Guys on #3 I only got half right these are the answers for #3:
A
B
C
E

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11. mxkeywxy is right thx

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12. I made a hundred!!! Yay!!

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13. mxkeywxy Thank youuuuu

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14. I'm confused as to why not only one, but two people said that for 3 8.333333333... was a rational number. Can someone explain because this isn't a rational number.

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