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# Properties of Rational Numbers versus Irrational Numbers

## Differentiate between numbers that can be written as a fraction and numbers that can't be

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## Properties of Rational Numbers versus Irrational Numbers

by Lee Zimmer //at grade

Differentiate between rational and irrational numbers and classify real numbers.

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## Properties of Rational Numbers versus Irrational Numbers

by Molly Barrett //at grade

Differentiate between rational and irrational numbers and classify real numbers.

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## Rational Numbers versus Irrational Numbers

by Susan Sudberry //at grade

Recognize and identify irrational numbers and the set of real numbers

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## Rational Numbers versus Irrational Numbers Con't

by Susan Sudberry //at grade

Differentiate between rational and irrational numbers and classify real numbers.

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## Rational versus Irrational Numbers

by Susan Sudberry //at grade

Differentiate between rational and irrational numbers and classify real numbers.

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