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Number System: Real Numbers (Rational & Irrational)

Use this graphic organizer to identify and explain different subsets of numbers which includes
both example and counter-examples for each subset.

Natural Numbers (Counting Numbers)

Examples
A real number that has all positive
integers, but does not include 0
1, 2, 3, 84, 34

Counter-examples

𝟐
0, -2, -8, 19 , 0.5
𝟑

Whole Numbers

Examples
A real number that includes zero and has
all positive integers 0, 1, 3, 10, 11, 27

Counter examples

𝟏
-4, 5.2, 3
𝟐
Integers

Examples
A real number that only has the value
of zero for its decimal places. The 15, -6, 0, 26, -5
number can be negative or positive
(whole numbers and the opposites)

Counter examples

𝟐 𝟓
, 0.3, 3.2, -7.6, -
𝟑 𝟔

Rational Numbers

Examples
A real number that can be written as
𝟏 𝟐𝟓
a ratio of 2 integers. Rational 0.25, -0.3, -2.3, , 3, 0, ,
𝟒 𝟏𝟖
numbers that are in decimal form are 0.535353…, 0.3333…
terminating or repeating.

Counter examples

Π, 7.1437…, -6.347…

Irrational Numbers

Examples
A real number that cannot be written
as a ratio of 2 integers. Irrational
Π, 7.1437…., -6.347….
number’s in decimal form are non-
terminating and non repeating

Counter examples

𝟏 𝟏
0.25, -0.3, 16.6666…, , , , ,
𝟒 𝟑