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Categorize Numbers

Additive Inverses

Which One is Greater?

Could Be Anything!

100

Plot the following on a number line:

-1, 0, -1.7, 1.3

ORDER: -1.7, -1, 0. 1.3

100

Give an example of a real number.

Literally any number that we have learned.

100

What is the opposite of 2?

-2

100

0 or 5?

5

100

Give an example of an integer.

(any whole number, positive or negative, including zero)

200

Plot the following on a number line:

-2, 9, -1.99, 0, 2

ORDER: -2, -1.99, 0. 2, 9

200

Name ALL the categories in which the number -3 lies (there are 3!)

Real, Rational, Integer

200

What is the additive inverse of -5?

5

200

-15 or -51?

-15

200

If a number is rational, what category can it NOT be?

Irrational

300

Fill in the blank:

The additive inverse of -3 is ____.

3

300

Is 3.825194... rational or irrational?

Irrational

300

What is the additive inverse of -3/2?

3/2?

300

-1.999 or -1.9999

-1.999

300

Which is closer to zero, 1/4 or -1/3?

-1/3

400

Fill in the blank:

The absolute value of -41 is _____.

41

400

What categories does pi belong to?

Real, Irrational

400

What is the sum of additive inverses?

Zero

400

7/8 or 7/9?

7/8

400

What is the smallest category of real numbers?

Natural Numbers

500

Circle one:

Distance is always

Positive Negative

Positive

500

If a number is repeating or has a pattern is it rational or irrational?

Rational

500

Is absolute value/distance positive or negative?

Positive

500

9/10 or 10/11?

10/11

500

This category of real numbers includes all positive numbers and zero, it does NOT include fractions or decimals.

Whole numbers.

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