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Q: What is comparing ordering rational number using a number line?

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-- Any number that you can write as a whole number, a fraction, or a mixed number, using digits, is rational. -- Any number that you can completely write down on paper, using digits, is rational.

If you can completely write a number, using digits, fractions and decimals, then the number is rational. You appear to have accomplished that.

If you can write down the number completely, using digits, decimals, and fractions, then it's rational.

If you can completely write a number, using digits, fractions and decimals, then the number is rational. You appear to have accomplished that.

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Yes. Any number that you can completely write down using digits and a decimal point is a rational number.

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