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Real Numbers (ℝ)Any number that is rational or irrational. Rational Numbers (ℚ)Any number that can be represented in the form a/b where a and b are integers and b ≠ 0. A decimal must either be recurring or repeating. Irrational Numbers (ℚ’)Non terminating or non-recurring decimals are irrational.

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Grade 9 MathsNumber Systems20-01-2013Real Numbers ()Any number that is rational or irrational. Rational Numbers ()Any number that can be represented in the form a/b where a and b are integers and b 0. A decimal must either be recurring or repeating. Irrational Numbers ()Non terminating or non-recurring decimals are irrational. Integers ()Positive and negative numbers, including 0. Whole Numbers (0)Positive integers, including 0.Natural Numbers ()All positive whole numbers (excludes 0).CLASSWORK:Exercise 1.4 page 5 numbers 1 and 2.Factors and MultiplesFac

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