Integer Vocabulary - Housley PCMS

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- Q1The set of numbers starting with 0, 1, 2, 3, . . .Whole NumbersRational NumbersIntegersNatural Numbers10s
- Q2The set of numbers starting with 1, 2, 3, . . .Natural (Counting) NumbersRational NumbersIntegersWhole Numbers30s
- Q3All the whole numbers and their opposites. . . -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, . . . No fractions or decimalsNegative NumbersNatural NumbersIntegersRational Numbers10s
- Q4The set of numbers less than 0, including fractions and decimals.Rational NumbersIntegersPositive NumbersNegative Numbers10s
- Q5Any number that can be expressed as a ratio of two integers (examples: -2, -1.75, 3, 0, 1/2, -3/4)IntegersNegative NumbersRational NumbersPositive Numbers10s
- Q6The set of numbers greater than 0Negative NumbersOppositesPositive NumbersRational Numbers10s
- Q7A set of numbers that does not include zero (0), fractions or decimals.Natural (Counting) NumbersWhole NumbersRational NumbersIntegers10s
- Q8Set of numbers that includes all numbers except fractions and decimals.Rational NumbersWhole NumbersCounting NumbersIntegers10s
- Q9Set of numbers that includes zero (0) but not fractions, decimals or negative numbers.Whole NumbersRational NumbersIntegersNatural Numbers10s
- Q10The set of numbers that includes negative and positive numbers as well as numbers that are considered whole, terminating and repeating decimals, fractions, and percents.Whole NumbersRational NumbersAdditive InverseIntegers10s
- Q11The sum of a number and its _______________ _____________ is zeroAbsolute ValueMultiplicative InverseNegative NumberAdditive Inverse10s
- Q12The distance between a number and zero on the number line.OppositeMultiplicative InverseAdditive InverseAbsolute Value10s
- Q13|-8| = 8, |25| = 25 are examples of ________________ _______________.Positive -NegativeAdditive InverseNegative-PositiveAbsolute Value10s
- Q14The set of numbers to the left of zero (0) on the number line.Positive NumbersRational NumbersNegative NumbersWhole Numbers10s
- Q15The set of number to the right of zero (0) on the number line.Negative NumbersPositive NumbersRational NumbersWhole Numbers10s