# Rational numbers

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Classify Rational Number Anchor Chart created by Lauren Kubin

Classifying Rational Numbers - a fun mystery pattern activity to practice classifying rational, integer, and whole numbers. Math can be fun! | maneuveringthemiddle.com

This Operations with Rational Numbers paper chain activity was the perfect way…

Review adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing rational numbers (positive and negative fractions & mixed numbers) with this fun and challenging bingo game!** Please note that this game is also included in my Middle School Math Bingo Bundle and my Rational Number Operations Bundle! **The rational number addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division questions in this game range in difficulty level as some questions contain two positive fractions/mixed numbers and others contain...

My students had so much fun doing this Classifying Rational numbers card sort activity in their interactive notebooks! This worksheet really helped them understand the difference between Whole Numbers, Integers, and Rational numbers!

Idea for rational numbers bulletin board. CCSS 8.NS... my his kids need this. They still don't get it. I'd add imaginary to a non real

This graphic organizer may be used as an informal pre-assessment, class practice, buddy activity, math notebook notes, or individual note taking for the Real Number System. The task includes a number "Sprinkles" bank. Directions: Students will first 'Sprinkle" the numbers on the ice cream scoops in order to classify irrational numbers, rational numbers, whole numbers, integers, and natural numbers.

To prove this we need to satisfy the definition of Rational Numbers. In order to determine, if a given fraction is a rational number or not we need to understand how and when a number can be Rational. A rational number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient or fraction a/b of two integers, with denominator b, which should not equal to zero. If b is equal to 1, then every integer is a Rational number.

Algebra Interactive Notebook

A set of rational numbers to use for students to practice ordering and comparing rational numbers, classifying rational numbers, or converting between fractions, decimals, and percents. There are over 100 cards. The numbers include integers, positive and negative fractions, decimals and percents.