# math

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 statement is TRUE?

a. All irrational numbers are also rational numbers.
b. Half of the irrational numbers are also rational numbers.
c. One-third of the irrational numbers are also rational numbers.
d. Irrational numbers cannot be classified as rational numbers.

5. Indicate whether the following statement is True or False.

The number -3 is and integer and a rational number.

A. true
B. false

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1. 1. Don't know what "^7" is, but -15 is an integer.

2. d
3. d
5. A

Any problems with these answers?

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2. r u sure they r right

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3. Steve wouldn't have posted these answers if he thought they were wrong.

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4. ok thx

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5. 5. Is B

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6. They where wrong though

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7. A
D
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8. 1. A
2. D
3. C
4. D
5. true
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9. Dunno and mya r right

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10. 1.A
2.D
3.C
4.D
5.B
I got 100%

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11. Last one is B but I put an A because I didn't see Y'ALL DIDN'T SAY B!

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12. I GOT AN 80%!

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13. Who to listen?

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14. Phew scary

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