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- 1. Algebra 1
- 2. Algebra 1 Real numbers
- 3. Algebra 1 Real numbers By Alex Holt
- 4. Real Numbers
- 5. Real Numbers • Real numbers is any number in the world you can think of
- 6. Rational
- 7. Rational • Rational numbers are any negative or positive numbers
- 8. Rational • Rational numbers are any negative or positive numbers • This includes decimals and fractions
- 9. Integers
- 10. Integers • Integers arepositive negative or any numbers
- 11. Integers • Integers arepositive negative or any numbers • no decimals or fractions
- 12. Whole Numbers
- 13. Whole Numbers • Whole numbers are any counting numbers
- 14. Whole Numbers • Whole numbers are any counting numbers •Zero and negatives not included
- 15. Natural Numbers
- 16. Natural Numbers • Natural numbers are numbers you can count with
- 17. Natural Numbers • Natural numbers are numbers you can count with • Negatives are not natural
- 18. Irrational
- 19. Irrational • Irrational numbers are any numbers that are not rational
- 20. Irrational • Irrational numbers are any numbers that are not rational • Pie and the square root of two are irrational
- 21. Real Irrational Rational Integers Whole Natural

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