Write down the value of the 4 in the number 9048
Not too tough . . . Any number that you can completely write down on paperis a rational number.
When you hear a phone number and write it down, your brain uses short term memory.
the number 6
the value does not change but the number does get smaller as you go down the place value
You don't need to write it down in the first place, the only people who have use for that number is the DVLA.
Well, see, that's going to be a problem, since there are an infinite number of them, and we're a little busy just now. But you can easily generate the list for yourself. Here's how: -- Start at ' 1 ', and count. -- Throw out the first number, then write down the second number. -- Throw out a number, then write down the next number. -- Throw out a number, then write down the next number. -- Throw out a number, then write down the next number. -- Throw out a number, then write down the next number. Keep going like that. The list you write down will be a list of numbers that have ' 2 ' as a factor. You can just keep right on going for as long as you want, and make that list as long as you want it to be. You can also stop whenever you want to, and then you'll only have another infinite number left to go.
Add zeros and observe.0.700 0.720What would be between 700 and 720?Write that down in the correct place value and you'll have your answer.
Write down the number and 1. Divide by two. Write down 14 and 2. Divide by two. Write down 7 and 4. Stop. (28,1)(14,2)(7,4)
+64 then what ever the number is (but dont write the 0 down write the second one down instead for example +644827619761 ) :)
you have to write your phone number and when it gets on your phone, you will see a password and you write it down.
You would write the number down. That way, if it where to get stolen, you can give the number to the authorities.
-- Write down the number of kwh -- Write down the number of square feet -- Divide the first number by the second number. -- The answer is mathematically correct, but doesn't appear to have any physical significance in the real world.
Any number that you can completely write down with digits, not symbols, is a rational number.
-- 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.
you write it down! any number without decimals or fractions 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 and so on
First of all, there's no such thing as an 'interger'. A whole number is an 'integer'.Say it with me: "IN-tih-jer". Now you say it yourself: "IN-tih-jer". Very good.Next, 'pi' is called an "irrational" number. That means it's not a whole number,it's not a fraction, it's not the result of multiplying or dividing any number byany other number, and no matter how many decimal places you write down,you can never write its exact value.
All the decimals that you can completely write down are rational. An irrational number has a decimal that never ends, so you can't write it down.
Any number that you can write down completely is a rational number. You did that with 89.99, so it's rational.