Mathematics

Question

Match each number on the left with the correct description of the number on the right.
Answer options on the right may be used more than once.
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Match each number on the left with the correct description of the number on the right. Answer options on the right may be used more than once. (Full question ab

1 Answer

  • Step-by-step explanation:

    An integer is a number that can be written without a fractional component.

    A rational number is a number that can be represented as a fraction with a non-zero denominator, and its decimal expansion is finite or infinite and repeat.

    An irrational number is a real number which is not a rational number.

    [tex]\bold{integer:}\\-2,\ 150\\\\\bold{rational\ but\ not\ an\ integer:}\\\\-\dfrac{1}{2},\ 6.\overline{6}\\\\\bold{irrational:}\\\\-\sqrt3[/tex]