Classifying Numbers

Classifying Numbers

Perfect Squares

Estimating Irrational Roots

Converting Rational Numbers to Fractions

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100

This well known number is perhaps the most famous irrational number.

What is pi?

100

This is equal to 7 squared.

What is 49?

100

The square root of 5 to the nearest tenth.

What is 2.2?

100

.59

What is 59/100?

100

A number that is the square of an integer?

What is a perfect square?

200

These are the first numbers you learn (the "countable" numbers).

What are natural numbers?

200

This is the first 3 digit perfect square.

What is 100?

200

The square root 46 to the nearest tenth?

What is 6.8?

200

.6666666. . . . (simplified)

What is 2/3?

200

Square of 11.

What is 121?

300

.131313113131. . . . is an example of this number group.

What is irrational?

300

The spacing between the perfect squares creates this sequence of numbers.

What is the odd numbers?

300

The square root of 105 to the nearest tenth.

What is 10.2?

300

.3434343434......

What is 34/99?

300

Solve x^{2} = 50

What is x = +/- square root of 50?

400

The square root of this type of number is always irrational.

What is a non-perfect square?

400

This is equal to 19 squared.

What is 361?

400

What are the two whole numbers around the square root of 59?

What is 7 and 8?

400

7.331313131313131...

What is 7258/990?

400

Cube root of 125.

What is 5?

500

This is a never ending and never repeating number.

What is an irrational number?

500

This is the only perfect square that isn't positive.

What is zero?

500

The square root of 30 to the nearest tenth, multiplied by 2.

What is 11?

500

2.3444444..... (Mixed fraction)

What is 2 34/90?

500

Solve x^{3} = 37.

What is cube root of 37?

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