- number that can be expressed as the ratio of two integers
- Rational
- a number that cannot be expressed as the ratio of two integers
- Irrational
- the center value in a set when all values are ordered by size 4.
- Median
- tool that represent all number
- Numberline
- the sum of the values in a set, divided by the number of values in the set
- Average
- set of whole numbers and their opposites
- Integers
- the distance of a number from zero on the number line; always a positive number
- Absolutevalue
- the value in a set that appears most
- Mode
- a set that contains a specific number of values
- Finite
- a set that goes on forever
- Infinite
- Rational number whose denominator is positive and numerator and denominator have no common factor other than 1.
- Standardform
- Rational numbers having same value
- Equivalent
- Every __________ is a rational number
- Integer
- Every positive rational number is greater than
- Zero
- Zero is a rational number but neither positive nor____________
- Negative

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