Algebra 1 1-3 Guided Practice: Real Numbers and the Number Line

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by Matthew Richardson

| 13 Questions1

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10

Solve It! If the pattern continues, which will be the first figure to contain more than 200 square units? Explain your reasoning.

Each square has a side length that corresponds to the number of that figure. Therefore, the 15th figure will be the first to contain more than 200 square units.

Each square has a side length that corresponds to the number of that figure. Therefore, the 201st figure will be the first to contain more than 200 square units.

Each square has a side length that corresponds to the number of that figure. Therefore, the 10th figure will be the first to contain more than 200 square units.

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10

Problem 1 Got It? What is the simplified form of the expression?

32

8

12

6

3

10

Problem 1 Got It? What is the simplified form of the expression?

12.5

50

625

5

4

10

Problem 1 Got It? What is the simplified form of the expression?

11/9

11/3

3/11

3/2

5

10

Problem 2 Got It? What is the value of the expression to the nearest integer?

5

17

36

6

6

10

Problem 3 Got It? To which subsets of the real numbers does the number belong?

Irrational numbers

Rational numbers

Natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers

Integers and rational numbers

7

10

Problem 3 Got It? To which subsets of the real numbers does the number belong?

Irrational numbers

Rational numbers

Natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers

Integers and rational numbers

8

10

Problem 3 Got It? To which subsets of the real numbers does the number belong?

Rational numbers

Whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers

Irrational numbers

Natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers

9

10

Problem 3 Got It? To which subsets of the real numbers does the number belong?

Irrational numbers

Rational numbers

Natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, and rational numbers

Integers and rational numbers

10

10

Problem 4 Got It? Fill in the circle to complete the inequality.

>

<

=

11

11

10

Problem 4 Got It? Reasoning: In Problem 4, is there another inequality you can write that compares the two numbers? Explain.

No;

is the only inquality that compares the two numbers.

Yes;

also compares the two numbers.

Yes;

also compares the two numbers.

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10

Problem 5 Got It? Graph and label the following numbers on a number line.

Label units on the number line and be precise.

13

10

Problem 5 Got It? Order the numbers from least to greatest.

A

B

C

D

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