 # NOTES 2.1 Rational Numbers VOCAB: rational number: is a number that can be written as the ratio of two integers. (a fraction) terminating decimal: is a.

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NOTES 2.1 Rational Numbers VOCAB: rational number: is a number that can be written as the ratio of two integers. (a fraction) terminating decimal: is a decimal that ends. Ex: 1.5 or -0.25 or 10.625 repeating decimal: is a decimal that has a pattern that repeats. Ex: -1.33333 or 0.1515151515 Terminating and repeating decimals are examples of rational numbers

NOTES 2.1 Rational Numbers Writing rational numbers as decimals: Ex: Write -2⅘ as a decimal -2.8 Ex: Write ⅓ as a decimal 0.3

NOTES 2.1 Rational Numbers Writing a decimal as a fraction: Ex: Write -0.26 as a fraction in simplest form Ordering rational numbers: Write each rational number as a decimal, then graph on number line

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