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Any of the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, and so on are:
a) natural numbers. b) whole numbers. c) negative integers. d) fractions.
The positive counting numbers, such as 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, are called:
a) natural numbers. b) integers. c) irrational numbers. d) repeating decimals.
The set of whole numbers and their opposites (... -2, -1, 0, 1, 2 ...) are:
a) mathematical properties. b) irrational numbers. c) natural numbers. d) integers.
A number that can be expressed as a ratio of 2 integers is:
a) rational. b) irrational. c) whole. d) natural.
A number that can NOT be expressed as a ratio of 2 integers is:
a) rational. b) irrational. c) a terminating decimal. d) an absolute value.
The combined set of the rational and irrational numbers is:
a) fake. b) real. c) repeating. d) terminating.
A decimal that comes to an end is:
a) terminating. b) repeating. c) irrational. d) insane.
A decimal that has an infinitely repeating sequence of digits is:
a) a terminating decimal. b) an integer. c) irrational. d) a repeating decimal.
The distance a number is from zero is called:
a) absolute value. b) its opposite. c) a fish sandwich. d) an integer.
One of a pair of numbers whose sum is zero is called the:
a) real number. b) additive inverse. c) difference. d) sum.
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