Math

identify all the sets to which the number belongs. choose from rational number, irrational number, whole number, and integer.
0.62478916532…
A. rational number
B.irrational number
C.integer, rational number**
D.whole number, integer, rational number

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1. I think you need to review what an integer is.
and what those three dots ... mean

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oobleck
2. You don't have to be mean about it

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3. that was mean?

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oobleck
4. Wait OOPPPS I selected the wrong one
The right one is B

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5. C.integer, rational number

Integers - The set of natural numbers, their opposites, and zero {...-2, -1, 0, 1, 2...}

Rational numbers - because the set of integers and all the other numbers that can be expressed as a fraction. For example, 3, -0.39, and 48 \frac{8}{9} are all rational numbers
Hope this helps! Have a great summer break by the way! :-)

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6. And please don't tell tutors not to be mean when they merely suggest you study.

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Ms. Sue
7. oops nvm? Sorry <:-)

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8. Please forgive the student Ms. Sue! I'm sure it was an accident or something that they assumed oobleck was being mean.. But you are correct, none the less~

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9. Yes Im truly sorry Mrs.Sue And thank you so much smart noodle your the best!!!!

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10. Thank you so much~! I'm glad I helped you! Have an absolutely +*AMAZING*+ Summer break!!! Cheers to Jiskha, the tutors and students! :-D hahaha~~!!

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11. based on what smartnoodle said, i think it’s irrational. hope this helps for anyone

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