Real numbers account for any given number, including integers, rational numbers, and irrational numbers. Learn more about real numbers with our modules below.
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The set of Real Numbers includes fractions, mixed numbers, positive and negative Integers, decimals, roots. The only numbers not included in the set of Real Numbers are Imaginary Numbers, such as the square root of -1.
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Students will apply their understanding of categorizing the set of real numbers to observe their surroundings and categorize the numbers they see around them.
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This study guide reviews the different types of rational numbers and some of their properties: rational number, integer, natural number, whole number, non-integer, fraction, and irrational number. It also looks at symbols used in algebra and sets.
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