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Rational Number

Any number that can be expressed as a quotient of two integers. For example, one-tenth is a rational number because it can be expressed as 1/10.
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Category V: Comprehension of the structure of rational numbers
Multiplication and Division: From Whole Numbers to Rational Numbers.
If otherwise deg [alpha] = 2 then [alpha] = -b + where b and e [not equal to] 0 are rational numbers and [D.
Strengthening grade 3-5 students' foundational knowledge of rational numbers.
The first unit included a series of computer-based modules and concretized manipulatives designed to develop students' understanding and procedural competence with rational numbers.
Transition probabilities of the chain X are clearly rational numbers so the components of [[pi].
The other text was Making Sense of Fractions, Ratios, and Proportions (NCTM 2002), the 64th yearbook from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) that focused specifically on recent research related to issues with rational numbers and offered us a wider view of the existing research.
Rational numbers and proportional reasoning: Toward a theoretical framework for research.
Those decimal expansions show the use of rational numbers for lengths measuring purposes.
to denote real numbers, positive real numbers, negative real numbers, rational numbers, integers, and positive integers, respectively.
The classical fields; structural features of the real and rational numbers.