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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

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Differentiate between rational and irrational numbers and classify real numbers.

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## Properties of Rational Numbers versus Irrational Numbers

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Recognize and identify irrational numbers and the set of real numbers

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## Irrational Numbers: A Sample Application

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This video demonstrates a sample use of irrational numbers.

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## Irrational Numbers: An Explanation of the Concept

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This video provides an explanation of the concept of irrational numbers.

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## Properties of Rational Numbers versus Irrational Numbers Practice

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## Properties of Rational Numbers Versus Irrational Numbers Card Sort Activity

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Sort out a jumble of key words into categories using the Card Sort strategy. This activity may help you to develop skills for remembering key words and concepts.

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## Recognize Irrational Numbers and the Set of Real Numbers Post Read

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Develop understanding of concepts by studying them in a relational manner. Analyze and refine the concept by summarizing the main idea, creating visual aids, and generating questions and comments using a Four Square Concept Matrix.

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## Pi in the Sky

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Find out why some people consider March 14th a holiday.

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