Integer Vocabulary - Housley PCMS

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21 questions
• Q1
The set of numbers starting with 0, 1, 2, 3, . . .
Whole Numbers
Rational Numbers
Integers
Natural Numbers
10s
• Q2
The set of numbers starting with 1, 2, 3, . . .
Natural (Counting) Numbers
Rational Numbers
Integers
Whole Numbers
30s
• Q3
All the whole numbers and their opposites. . . -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, . . . No fractions or decimals
Negative Numbers
Natural Numbers
Integers
Rational Numbers
10s
• Q4
The set of numbers less than 0, including fractions and decimals.
Rational Numbers
Integers
Positive Numbers
Negative Numbers
10s
• Q5
Any number that can be expressed as a ratio of two integers (examples: -2, -1.75, 3, 0, 1/2, -3/4)
Integers
Negative Numbers
Rational Numbers
Positive Numbers
10s
• Q6
The set of numbers greater than 0
Negative Numbers
Opposites
Positive Numbers
Rational Numbers
10s
• Q7
A set of numbers that does not include zero (0), fractions or decimals.
Natural (Counting) Numbers
Whole Numbers
Rational Numbers
Integers
10s
• Q8
Set of numbers that includes all numbers except fractions and decimals.
Rational Numbers
Whole Numbers
Counting Numbers
Integers
10s
• Q9
Set of numbers that includes zero (0) but not fractions, decimals or negative numbers.
Whole Numbers
Rational Numbers
Integers
Natural Numbers
10s
• Q10
The 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 Numbers
Rational Numbers
Integers
10s
• Q11
The sum of a number and its _______________ _____________ is zero
Absolute Value
Multiplicative Inverse
Negative Number
10s
• Q12
The distance between a number and zero on the number line.
Opposite
Multiplicative Inverse
Absolute Value
10s
• Q13
|-8| = 8, |25| = 25 are examples of ________________ _______________.
Positive -Negative
Negative-Positive
Absolute Value
10s
• Q14
The set of numbers to the left of zero (0) on the number line.
Positive Numbers
Rational Numbers
Negative Numbers
Whole Numbers
10s
• Q15
The set of number to the right of zero (0) on the number line.
Negative Numbers
Positive Numbers
Rational Numbers
Whole Numbers
10s

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