# Math Homework

**HOMEWORK 1 name: ___________________________________
date: _____________**

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A. State whether each of the following statements is **
true or false**

1. Some irrational numbers are not real numbers .
__________ (1pt.)

2. 4/9 is an irrational number. __________ (1pt.)

3. 0 is not an integer. __________ (1pt.)

4. An integer is also a rational number . __________ (1pt.)

5. A rational number is either an integer or a non-integer. __________ (1pt.)

6. 8/9 is not a whole number but it is a rational number. __________ (1pt.)

7. 5.326952… is an irrational number. __________ (1pt.)

8. is not a real number . __________ (1pt.)

9. 0.3232… = is a rational number .
__________ (1pt.)

10. -3.25 is a rational number. __________ (1pt.)

11. Some real numbers can not be represented as points on the Real- Number line .
__________ (1pt.)

B. Given the set of numbers

List the numbers in the set that are:

12. Integers. ______________ (1pt.)

13. Whole numbers. ______________ (1pt.)

14. Irrational numbers. ______________ (1pt.)

C. Given the set of fractions

change each of the fractions to

15. decimal form : B (in decimal form) =
{_________________________________________} (1pt.),

and then list the decimals which are:

16. Terminating . ___________________ (1pt.)

17. Non- terminating . ___________________ (1pt.)

D. Place the proper symbol (< , > , or =) between the two given numbers to make
a true statement.

18. 2.7 ______ -9 (1pt.)

19. 7 ______ - (-9) (1pt.)

20. | -3 | ______ 0 (1pt.)

21. 10 ______ - | -16 | (1pt.)

24. – ( 2 - ε ) ______ | 2 - ε | (1pt.) note: ε = 2.718

E. Find the distance between the given points on the number line .

25. -2 and 2 __________ (1pt.)

27. -5.6 and 12/5__________ (1pt.)

28. -11.498 and 0.502 __________ (1pt.)

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