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# The Real Numbers Excercises

## Additional Exercises 1.3 Form I

Use integers to represent the value in each expression .

1. 371 feet below sea level.
1. _______________

2. \$420 in debt.
2. _______________

Graph the numbers on the number line.

3. –6, –1, 0, 3

Express each rational number as a decimal.

9. For the setname the a) whole numbers, b) the rational numbers and c ) the irrational numbers.

9a. _______________
9b. _______________
9c. _______________

10. For the setname the
a) integers, b) irrational numbers and c) the natural numbers.

10a.______________
10b. ______________
10c. ______________

Use either > or < to compare each pair of numbers.

Find each absolute value.

Determine whether each inequality or statement is true or false.

19. Every integer is a whole number. 19. _______________

20. Rational numbers cannot be irrational. 20. _______________

## Additional Exercises 1.3 Form II

Use integers to represent the value in each expression .

1. 7042 feet above sea level.
1. _______________

2. Bank account overdrawn \$62.53.
2. _______________

Graph the numbers on the number line .

Express each rational number as a decimal

8. For the setname the
a) natural numbers, b) integers, and c) the rational numbers.

8a. _______________
8b. _______________
8c. _______________

9. For the setname the a) whole numbers, b) irrational numbers and c) the real numbers .

9a.______________
9b. ______________
9c. ______________

Find each absolute value

Use either > or < to compare each pair of numbers.

Determine whether each inequality or statement is true or false.

18. Every natural number is positive . 18. _______________

19. Some numbers are rational and irrational. 19. _______________

20. Whole numbers can be positive or negative . 20. _______________

## Additional Exercises 1.3 Form III

Use integers to represent the value in each expression

1. An overdrawn bank account of \$12.82.
1. _______________

2. 3050 feet above sea level.
2. _______________

3. A wind chill of 6º below zero .
3. _______________

Express each rational number as a decimal.

8. For the set name the a) whole
numbers, b) the rational numbers, and c) the integers.

8a. _______________
8b. _______________
8c. _______________

9. For the setname the a) irrational numbers, b) the rational numbers, and c) the real

numbers.

9a.______________
9b. ______________
9c. ______________

Find each absolute value.

Use either > or < to compare each pair of numbers

Determine whether each in equality or statement is true or false.

18. All rational numbers are real numbers. 18. _______________

19. Absolute value is always positive. 19. _______________

20. Some integers are irrational. 20. _______________

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