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Keynote on Natural Numbers and Whole,Integers,Rational,And Irrational.

Keynote on Natural Numbers and Whole,Integers,Rational,And Irrational.

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    • 1. By:C y n th ia C h ing-S ol is
    • 2. Real Number’s By:C y n th ia C h ing-S ol is
    • 3. Real Number’s Algebra 1 By:C y n th ia C h ing-S ol is
    • 4. Natural Number’s A natural number means either an element of the positive integers and element of the non-negative integers.Counting Number’s. Example: 1,2,3,4,5...
    • 5. Whole Number’s A member of the set of positive integers and zero. Example:0,1,2,3,4,5...
    • 6. Integer’s A number with no fractional part. Example:-2,-1,0,1,2....
    • 7. Real Number’s Real numbers include both rational numbers, such as 42 and −23/129, and irrational numbers
    • 8. Irrational Number’s
    • 9. Irrational Number’s Any real number that cannot be expressed as a ratio between two integers. Example:22/7 and π
    • 10. Circle of Number’s Real Rational Integers Whole Irrational Natural In order

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