# Real Numbers

## 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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## Real Numbers

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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## Finding Patterns: Stars and Moons

Real Numbers Interactive
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## Identifying Sets of Real Numbers

Describes the sets that a real number might belong to.
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## Real Numbers

Learn about real numbers, ordering real numbers, and determining the absolute values of real numbers.
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## Order of Real Numbers Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Order of Real Numbers.
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## Real Numbers

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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