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  • How can you tell the difference between rational and irrational numbers?
  • Rational Numbers
  • Well, rational numbers are any number that can be found on a number line.
  • Irrational Numbers
  • And irrational numbers are ever-lasting decimals with different numbers
  • Here are some examples of: Rational numbers: 34, 4.6, 6.356, 4/6 Irrational numbers: 4.529649..., Pi, 25.111134...
  • Includes whole numbers,Natural numbers, Integers,Terminating decimals, Repeating/Ever-lasting decimals
  • Rational Numbers
  • Both
  • Numbers Can/do have decimals
  • Irrational Numbers
  • Ever-lasting number Different digits
  • Imogene Bell Math 6th Period
  • Now you can go watch my PowToon video about different subsets of rational numbers!
  • NOW YOU KNOW!
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