In this video, we learn how to identify number types. You will need to figure out what numbers from a list is a rational numbers in your math equations. A natural number is a counting number (1,2,3). A whole number is a natural number and zero (0,1,2,3). An integer is a whole number and a negative whole (2,1,0,1,2). A rational number is any number that can be expressed as a ration of integers. An irrational number is any number that's not rational and nonperfect. Once you understand these number types, you will be able to figure out the answer to your math equations!
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