# Pre Algebra

1.Which of the following numbers is an example of an integer?
A -15**
B 3/5
C √7
D 0.252525...

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.

3.Which number is not the same type of number as the others in the list?
A 5.85
B 63.4
C 8.52624 **
D 27.5

Need Help!

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3. 👁 1,805
1. 1. agree
2. 0/1 = 0 but is every irrational not real?
3. agree, all others 3 sig figs

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2. 2D √2 is not rational
zero is not only rational, it is an integer!

1 and (I guess) 3 are ok
For #3, all are rational and real. C has more significant figures, but that's not a "type" of number.

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3. I mean surely every real number is not rational. I think pi is real but not rational.

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4. I still don't know what is false for #2
Still need help.

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5. D
every real number is NOT a rational number. pi or sqrt(2) are real but not rational

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6. A
D
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D
B

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7. a
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8. All of the answers are correct, except for #5 is True, not false. Besides that, the rest are correct.

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2. D
3. C
4. D
5. A

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9. Duh baka and bruhhhhhh is correcto ᕙ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)ᕗ

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