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Which statement about numbers is true? A: All integers are natural numbers. B: All rational numbers are integers. C: All natural numbers are whole numbers. D: All rational numbers are natural numbers.

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    List the following subsets of the real numbers in order from least inclusive to most inclusive.(1 point) rational numbers, natural numbers, whole numbers, integers whole numbers, natural numbers, integers, rational numbers natural numbers, whole numbers,
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  6. math

    Which statement about numbers is true? A: All integers are natural numbers. B: All rational numbers are integers. C: All natural numbers are whole numbers. D: All rational numbers are natural numbers.
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    Name the set(s) of numbers to which 1.68 belongs. a. rational numbers b. natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers c. rational numbers, irrational numbers d. none of the above my answer a)rational numbers
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  11. math

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  13. algebra

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    Name the subset(s) of real numbers to which the number -2 belongs. Irrational Numbers. Rational Numbers. Integers. Whole Numbers. Natural Numbers.
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    Which expression is equivalent to (-2)(a+6)? -2a+6 2a+12*** -2a-12 -2a+12 To which subsets of real numbers does the number -22 belong? Choose all that apply. Whole numbers*** rational numbers integers*** irrational numbers "6 times the difference of b and
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  20. Math

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  21. Math

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  23. Math. NEED HELP ASAP.

    Im very confused on this. List all the numbers from the given set that are: a. Natural numbers, b. Whole numbers, c. Integers, d. Rational numbers, e. Irrational numbers, f. Real numbers. {-3, -2/5, 0, 0.3, ✓3, 5.8, ✓100} list all the natural numbers
  24. Algebra

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    which graphic organizer correctly groups the following numbers 2.9, -7, 5, 1.8 A. Rational Numbers: 2.9, 1.8 Integers: Whole Numbers: -7, 5 B. Rational Numbers: Integers: -7, 5 Whole Numbers: 2.9, 1.8 C. Rational Numbers: 2.9, 1.8 Integers: -7 Whole
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  29. Algebra 1

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  30. 9th grade alebra

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    List all numbers from the given set that​ are: a. natural​ numbers, b. whole​ numbers, c.​ integers, d. rational​ numbers, e. irrational​ numbers, f. real numbers. {-13, -3/7, 0, 0.75, square root of 3, pi or 3.14, square root of 64. If you had
  33. Rational

    Which of the following statements about rational numbers is correct? a. All rational numbers are also whole numbers. b. All rational numbers are also integers. c. All rational numbers can be written in the form a/b. d. Rational numbers cannot be negative.
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    1.Which of the following numbers is an example of an integer? A. -15 B. three-fifths C. start root 7 end root 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
  35. math

    which of the following statements is true a: positive numbers are always rational numbers b: negative numbers are always irrational c: negative numbers are sometimes rational d: negative numbers are always integers ** idk , found this tough .. but check ?
  36. Math

    Identify all sets to which the number 3 belongs A. Whole numbers, integers, rational numbers B. Rational numbers C. Integers, rational numbers D. Even numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers I THINK IT'S A
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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
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    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
  40. Math Check Please Thank You

    1. Which of the following numbers is an example of an integer? ­15 * 0.252525 . . . 3/5 (fraction) Square root of 7 2. Which statement is false? Every integer is a real number. The number zero is a rational number. Every irrational number is a real
  41. Maths

    If x and y are ______ then the linear equation 4x+8y = 12 has unique solution. A) Negative Integers B) Natural Numbers C) Real Numbers D) Rational Numbers Explain in detail
  42. Math

    1. Which expression is equivalent to (-2)(a+6)? A. -2a+6 B. 2a+12 C. -2a-12*** D. -2a+12 2. To which sets of real numbers does the number -22 belong? Choose all subsets that apply. (There's two right answers) Whole Numbers Rational Numbers*** Integers***
  43. Pre algebra

    which is an example of an integer? -15 3/5 √7 0.252525 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. Which
  44. Algebra

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  46. Last questions Ms. Sue please for math

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  49. AiMS MATH

    -5 Is A Member Of Which Subset Of Real Numbers. a) natural numbers b) whole numbers c) intergers d) rational numbers e) irrational numbers
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    1.)Which of the following statements is true? Positive numbers are always rational numbers. Negative numbers are always irrational numbers. Negative numbers are sometimes rational numbers.********* Negative numbers are always integers.
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  66. math

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  69. Math

    Consider the numbers −4.5 and 2/9 . Which statement about these numbers is true? Both numbers are rational. The number 2/9 is rational, but −4.5 is not. Both numbers are irrational. The number −4.5 is rational, but 2/9 is not. B?
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  72. math

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