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Topic: **Set phrases for writing letters****Question:**
1) Which number is an element of the whole numbers, but not an element of the natural numbers?
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2) How is the decimal of an irrational number different from the decimal of a rational number?
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3) True or False: Real numbers are the union of rational and irrational numbers.
True
False
4) Which set of numbers is the positive root of the given number NOT a member?
a.) real
b.) rational
c.) irrational
d.) integer
e.) natural
5) What is the BEST sequence of terms to identify the elements of this set?
a.) real, integer, irrational, natural
b.) real, irrational, irrational, integer
c.) real, irrational, integer, rational
d.) rational, real, whole, whole
6) What is the BEST sequence of terms to identify the elements of this set?
a.) integer, irrational, whole, rational
b.) rational, rational, whole integer
c.) whole, irrational, integer, rational
d.) irrational, natural, real, rational
Rational and Irrational Numbers
7) Rational or Irrational?
a.) Rational
b.) Irrational
8) Rational or Irrational?
a.) Rational
b.) Irrational
Compare Real Numbers
9) Compare the two values.
a.) <
b.) >
c.) =
10) Compare the two values.
a.) <
b.) >
c.) =
Properties of Real Numbers
A property and an example of the property are given in the next five problems. State “true” if the property given is illustrated in the example; state “false” if it is not, and then state the “correct property” illustrated.
11) Addition Property of Zero
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12) Associative Property of Addition
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13) Associative Property of Multiplication
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14) Commutative Property of Multiplication
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15) Identity Property of Multiplication
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Order of Operations with Real Numbers
16) Choose the correct order to evaluate algebraic expressions.
a.) P, E, M & D, A & S
b.) P, M & D, E, A & S
c.) M & D, A & S, E, P
d.) P, M & D, A & S, E
17) Evaluate.
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18) Evaluate.
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19) Evaluate.
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20) Evaluate.
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21) Evaluate.
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22) Evaluate.
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For the next three problems, evaluate and select the correct answer.
23) Evaluate.
a.) 0.7
b.) 16.1
c.) 16
d.) 0.8
24) Evaluate.
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25) Evaluate.
a.) 20
b.) 36
c.) 43
d.) 25
Introduction to Variables and Expressions
26) Evaluate.
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27) Evaluate.
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28) Evaluate.
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29) Translate the phrase into an algebraic phrase. State the letter of the correct answer.
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30) Translate the phrase into an algebraic phrase. State the letter of the correct answer.
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31) Translate the phrase into an algebraic phrase. State the letter of the correct answer.
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32) Translate the phrase into an algebraic phrase. State the letter of the correct answer.
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33) Translate the phrase into an algebraic phrase. State the letter of the correct answer.
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Solving One-Step Equations
For the next six questions, solve for the unknown.
34) x – 19 = 36
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35) m + 27 = 78
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36) 8 = a + 5.3
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37) Solve for “n”.
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38) 156 = 12b
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39) –9x = 108
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Solving Equations with Rational Numbers
For the next four problems, state the letter of the correct answer.
40) Solve for “m”.
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41) Solve for “x”.
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42) Solve for “b”.
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43) Solve for “

May 22, 2019 / By Daffodil

1) "Whole numbers" can mean: non-negative integers, positive integers or all integers. "Natural numbers" can mean: non-negative integers or positive integers. So the answer would be any negative integer, or, any negative whole number. 2) The decimal of an irrational number will not terminate, there will be an infinite number of decimal places which will go on forever. eg. sqrt2 = 1.41421356.... (number goes on) pi = 3.141592653....... The decimal of a rational number will either terminate or repeat. eg. 5/9 = 0.555555555... 9/7 = 1.285714 285714 285714... 9/8 = 1.125 Rational numbers can be written as fractions. 3) True 11) Adding zero to any number will leave it unchanged 12) Adding any numbers: a + b + c can be done by: adding "a" and "b", then adding "c" to this result. adding "a" and "c", then adding "b" to this result. adding "b" and "c", then adding "a" to this result. 13) Same as above but with multiplication instead of addition 14) Multiplication can be done in any order: eg. 5 x 3 = 3 x 5 a x b = b x a 15) Multiplying and number by 1 will leave it unchanged eg. 5 x 1 = 5 a x 1 = a 16) I learned order of operations with BIDMAS: Brackets (parentheses) Indicies (exponents?) Division and; Multiplication Addition and; Subtraction So "a" is the answer. 34) x - 19 = 36 x = 36 + 19 x = 55 35) m + 27 = 78 m = 78 - 27 m = 51 36) 8 = a + 5.3 8 - 5.3 = a 2.7 = a 38) 156 = 12b 156/12 = b 13 = b 39) -9x = 108 x = 108/(-9) x = -12

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