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Muhge $.sx2$ Wite the letter of your answer on a separate answer sheet. 1 A is a mumber that can be expressed as fraction where both numerator And denominator in the fraction are integers. A. Imational number C. Rational number 8. Perfect square number D. Real number A hisa mumber that cannot be expressed as fraction for any integers and have decimal eVnansions that neither terminate nor become periodic. A. Irrational number C. Rational number 8. Perfect square number D. Real number R A is a number, from a given number system, that can be expressed as the square of a number from the same number system. Irrational number C. Rational number A. 8 Perfect square number D. Real number 4 oTdhd e positive real root of a positive number, or the negative real root in the $casco1$ roots of negative numbers. A. Cube Root C. Principal $Root$ 8. $masinan$ Number D. Square Root S. What is the Square root of One Hundred $sixty-Ninc$ B. 11 C. 12 D. 13 6. Solve AAB. . . th0 6 1i0 s: 9- C. 9 D. None of the $Ab0vc$ 7. Solve $lis:\sqrt{25} +\sqrt{100} $ $5$ B. 10 C. 15 D. 20 & Which among the result of the following is an example of rational number? A. VI0 B. $\sqrt{12} $ C. VI4 D. $\sqrt{16} $ 9. $4,9,16an125ar$ $ciamp|cs01$ number. C. Perfect Square A. B. PIreratfeicont al Cube D. Radicals 10 Which among the result of the following is an example of irrational number? A. $\sqrt{36} $ B. $\sqrt{49} $ $bcmcc$ C. V60 D. V8T Thist The $Pnnsina\right)$ roots $cl01y$ are two integers. Find the two closest such integers. y 11. 12. $\sqrt{} $ $\sqrt{20} $ and and $13.4$ $sbcmccn$ $isbcmccn$ $sbcmccn$ $isbcmccn$ and 14, 11 and 15, $10\sqrt{15} $ $-is$ $-$ between and
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A. Imaginary Number C. Rational Number B. Irrational Number itself? 2. What is the product of a rational number multiplied by D. Real Number A. Perfect Cube C. Radical 8. Perfect Square D. Radicand Itisa nunber that can be expressed as the quotient of two integers, wth the denominator not to zero 3 equal A. Imaginary Number C. Rational Number 8. Inrational Number D. Real Number 4. It is referred to the positive number square root C. Radicals A. Perfect Square Number B. Principal Square Roots D. Roots 5. Fill in the $1ank$ The of a number is another number which produces the first number when it is multiplied by itself A. Cube Root C. Rational Number B. Irational Number D. Square Root the following is an example of rational number? 6. Which among the result of V21 B. V69 C. V80 D. V100 number 7. 25, A49. , 64, $100and169$ are examples of C. Perfect Square A. Irrational B. Perfect Cube D. Radicals 8. Which among the result of the following is an example of irrational number? A. VI44 $B\sqrt{256} $ C. $\sqrt{625} $ D. V75 9. All of their results are examples of rational numbers, except A. $\sqrt{900} $ $B\sqrt{992} $ C. $\sqrt{1089} $ D. Vi156 10. Which among the result of the following principal roots is an example of irrotional number? C. V5832 A. $\sqrt{1600} $ D. $\sqrt{20736} $ B. $\sqrt{2265} 0$ IL Try $rhbs$ The principal roots below are between two integers. Find the two closest such $tcgcrs$ 11. $\sqrt{10} 1s$ between and 12. $\sqrt{4} +nis$ between and 13. $2H1s$ between and 14. $\dfrac {2\sqrt{10} } {\sqrt{16} }$ is between and Ms. Marianne's house $hasalo$ area $of1000$ square meter. What is the width of III. Problem Solving Is the width a rational or irrational number? the Ms. Marianne's house?
7th-9th grade
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