determine who may and who may not own or make use **of** the **properties** for residential purposes. The excluded **class** is defined wholly in terms **of** race or color; "simply that, and nothing more Use **of** the **properties** for residential occupancy, as such, is not forbidden. The restrictions **of** these agreements, rather, are directed toward a designated **class** **of** persons and seek to determine who may and who may/

**Property** **of** Multiplication Example 1: Find a Multiplicative Inverse Key Concept: Divide Fractions Example 2: Divide Fractions Example 3: Divide Fractions Example 4: Divide by a Whole **Number** Example 5: Divide Mixed **Numbers**/ **rational** **numbers**. Lesson 7 TEKS Primary Goal **of** Solving/**of** the **class** wore white shirts. What fraction **of** the **class** wore either a green or white shirt? A.B. C.D. A.A B.B C.C D.D 5Min **8**-1 A.7.10 B.2.84 C.–2.84 D.–16.6 Solve c + 2.16 = 5. Then check your solution. (over Lesson 2-7) 5Min **8**/

**Properties** Necessary **properties** **of** /2.4 **8** Hash functions Predetermined hash functions For example, an auto-incremented static member variable **class** Class_name {/**Rational** **number** **class** Problem: –The **rational** **numbers** and have different values –The output **of** int main() { cout << **Rational**( 1, 2 ).hash(); cout << **Rational**( -1, -2 ).hash(); return 0; } is 858993503 3435973793 9.2.5.1 20 Hash functions **Rational** **number** **class** Solution: define a normal form –Require that the denominator is positive **Rational**::**Rational**/

**of** **numbers** Verify these **properties** (avg xs) is a **rational** **number** (var xs) is a non-negative, **rational** **number** Definition **of** avg (defun sum (xs) (if (endp xs) 0 (+ (car xs) (sum (cdr xs))))) (defun avg (xs) (/ (sum xs) (len xs))) (defthm avg-is-**rational** (implies (**rational**-listp xs) (rationalp (avg xs)))) implication Average TSC Workshop, May 2008, U Oklahoma **8**/ explanations **of** deep, important material ACL2 Website Tutorials, examples, wealth **of** information Online help World-**class** experts reachable/

up to four primary course offerings and two alternate courses A CourseOffering can appear on any **number** **of** Schedules, as either a primary or alternative course A CourseOffering does not have to appear on any Schedule./ be independent **of** the wheels. OOAD Using the UML - Use-Case Analysis, v 4.2 Copyright 1998-1999 **Rational** Software, all rights reserved 35 Association **Class** A **class** “attached” to an association Contains **properties** **of** the relationship One instance per link Full-fledged **class**! Allows/

**number** line. That is: √2 ~ 1.4 so 1/1.4 ~ 0.7 And this is **rational**? 7 **8** So just for fun… Simplify: 45 √2 + √7 - 9 (√2 - √7) Actual retail value: 11.08 9 Versus substance If 0 < x < 1, which **of**/) and producing output (dependent variables). –Algebraic **properties** allow the generation **of** equivalent forms **of** most expressions and equations. –Linear functions are /Boaler’s Work Multidimensional **classes** “At Railside the teachers created multidimensional **classes** by valuing many dimensions **of** mathematical work. This /

Unit 1: Modeling **Rational** **Number** Sense & Operations Buffer Week 1 – Assessment, Enrichment, & Remediation MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday 1 Approximate Irrational **Numbers** MCC8.NS.2 2 Approximate Irrational **Numbers** MCC8.NS.2 3 Unit Post-Assessment 4 7 No school **8** Unit Pre-Assessment 9 **Properties** **of** operations w/expressions MCC7.EE.1 10 **Properties** **of** operations w/expressions MCC7.EE.1 11 **Properties** **of** operations w/expressions MCC7.EE.1 14 **Properties** **of** operations w/expressions/

**numbers**, quadratic functions, **rational** functions and direct, inverse, joint and combination variation problems. ACTIVITIES: PG. 381 # 2, 6, 7, **8**, 12,16, 18, 19, 20, 24-27(all), 29, 36, 42, 45, 47, 49, 50, 61, 70, 72, 78. HOME LEARNING: Review for test on Friday 11/20/15. Go to review section **of**/ 3. Evaluate logarithms. 4. Use basic logarithmic **properties**. 5. Graph Logarithmic functions ACTIVITIES: Complete worksheet Emphasize the inverse **properties** **of** logarithms. W/S ON GRAPHING LOGARITHMIC FUNCTIONS HOME /

Schedule) 7: // select 4 primary and 2 alternate offerings( ) **8**: // create schedule with offerings( ) 9: // create with /**Rational** Software, all rights reserved 42 Finding Attributes **Properties**/characteristics **of** identified **classes** Information retained by identified **classes** “Nouns” that did not become **classes**/**Rational** Software, all rights reserved 49 What Does Multiplicity Mean? Multiplicity answers two questions. Is the association mandatory or optional? What is the minimum and maximum **number** **of**/

**properties**/ **8**/**Class** **of** individually **rational** deals allows for any **number** **of** resources to be moved between any **number** **of** agents Thm 1: Maximal Utilitarian Social Welfare Implications **of** Theorem 1 –Not really surprising **Class** **of** individually **rational** deals allows for any **number** **of** resources to be moved between any **number** **of** agents –Difficulty in actually finding an individually **rational** deal Thm 1: Maximal Utilitarian Social Welfare Implications **of** Theorem 1 –Not really surprising **Class** **of** individually **rational**/

-based systems, the most important system **property** is the dependability **of** the system. The dependability **of** a system reflects the user’s degree **of** trust in that system. Dependability is a term used to describe a set **of** related ‘non-functional’ system attributes – availability, reliability, safety and security. IMPORTANCE **OF** DEPENDABILITY 234 System failures may have widespread effects with large **numbers** **of** people affected by the failure. Systems/

**numbers**, or even happy and sad faces. The important thing is that each player knows the impact **of**/ stories behind some **of** the more common games that we will play in **class**. Remember these games/ Individual rights and purposes **of** government. 7. Relate to economic liberty and economic equality. **8**. Make the connect the/**of** the Commons Competing for public **property** and natural resources? In economics, the tragedy **of** the commons is the depletion **of** a shared resource by individuals, acting independently and **rationally**/

, AUGUST 31, 2015 BELL RINGER What is the difference between a **rational** and an irrational **number**? Write your answer as a complete sentence My Goal for **Class** Today: I can tell the difference between **rational** and irrational **numbers**. I understand that any **number** that can be written as a fraction is a **rational** **number**. By the end **of** **class** I should be able to answer: What is the difference between/

change with the passage **of** time but the agents performance score does) Discrete (vs. continuous): A limited **number** **of** distinct, clearly defined /(or a small equivalence **class**) is **rational** Aim: find a way to implement the **rational** agent function concisely Table-/start in {1,2,3,4,5,6,7,**8**} e.g., Right goes to {2,4,6,**8**} Solution? [Right,Suck,Left,Suck] Contingency Nondeterministic: /: fringe = LIFO queue, i.e., put successors at front **Properties** **of** depth-first search Complete? No: fails in infinite-depth spaces, /

transactions were not **rational** economic hedges Capital structure was not **rational** Costs and fees for the transaction were extremely high Expected rate **of** return for the /D and B are not related persons. Treas. Reg. § 1.336-2(k), Example (**8**). In the deemed asset sale, T recognizes its gains, but its net losses are disallowed./, so computed, in determining the **number** **of** shares **of** each **class** **of** stock **of** the issuing corporation, the amount **of** money, and the other **property** to be exchange for all the proprietary/

side ratios in right triangles are **properties** **of** the angles in the triangle, leading to definitions **of** trigonometric ratios for acute angles. 7. Explain and use the relationship between the sine and cosine **of** complementary angles. **8**. Use trigonometric ratios and the /recognized that there were a significant **number** **of** 9 th graders who were not being successful in Algebra 1. To address this problem, the county designed Algebra Seminar for approximately 20% **of** the 9 th grade **class** in each high school. These /

v(3) v(123) = v(23) 1.3 Particular **classes** **of** games A game is monotonic if enlarging a coalition is never /**Properties** **of** the value By construction, the Shapley value satisfies the four axioms. Individual **rationality** is not included in the axioms and the Shapley value may not be individually **rational**/**of** Ministers Distribution **of** votes (EU-6 à EU-15) Quota = minimum **number** **of** votes (environ 70%): 12/17 in 1958 54/76 in 1986 62/87 in 1994 Fr De It Be Nl Lu UK Dk Irl Gr Sp Pt Se Fi Au 1958 4 2 1 1986 10 5 3 **8**/

**of** ideas began in mid 90’s. Rumbaugh joins Booch at **Rational** ’94 v0.**8** draft Unified Method ’95 Jacobson joins **Rational**/**classes**, and components Examples: **Class** stereotypes: boundary, control, entity, utility, exception Inheritance stereotypes: uses and extends Component stereotypes: subsystem Stereotypes — extends vocabulary. Tagged values — extends **properties** **of** UML building blocks. Constraints — extend the semantics **of**/case Track Order - Obtain and verify the order **number**; For each part in the order, query /

–5 –4 –3 –2 –1 1 y 32 16 **8** 4 2 0.5 y-intercept 1 The graphs are reflectionally symmetric about the y-axis. 5.4 Graphs **of** Exponential and Logarithmic Functions A. Graphs **of** Exponential Functions **Properties** **of** the graphs **of** exponential functions: 1. The domain **of** exponential function is the set **of** all real **numbers**. 2. The graph does not cut the x-axis, that/

in UML) **Class** Design (UML **class** diagram) Automatically derived Views University **of** Southern California Center for Software Engineering CSE USC 3/22/01 ©USC-CSE 17 **Property** Model Research at/3, 4, 5, 6, 7, **8**, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 31, 32, 35, 36, 37, 39 Type **of** Application Simple Block DiagramExamplesSimplifiersComplicators Multimedia Archive ·/ 1.15M SLOC Ada Average **number** **of** people 75 Schedule 75 months Process/standards DOD-STD-2167A Iterative development **Rational** host DEC host DEC VMS targets/

. 2000]). Handle only a specific family **of** curves (conics [Wein 2002], cubics [Eigenwillig et al. 2004]). Not efficient: Computer algebra systems can be used for computing exact arrangements but are too slow. **8** Preliminaries CGAL’s Arrangement package [ www.cgal.org/, www.cs.tau.ac.il/CGAL/ ]. Exact **rational** and algebraic **number** types [CORE, LEDA]. Bézier curve **properties** for faster computation. Our work is/

the Java programming language: A program is made up **of** one or more **classes** A **class** contains one or more methods A method contains program statements Attributes/**properties** correspond to fields (or variables) Behaviors/operations correspond to/ = tryMe (25, 4.32) Invocation Spring 2004CS 11155 Object Relationships Some use associations occur between objects **of** the same **class** For example, we might add two **Rational** **number** objects together as follows: r3 = r1.add(r2); One object ( r1 ) is executing the method/

polynomial ring in infinitely many variables: = C [T 2, T 4, T 6, T **8**, …]. (T 2n is the cobordism **class** **of** projective space CP n.) An important object in topology is the (complex oriented) cobordism ring . The genus/ with additional topics.] Silverman, Joseph H.; Tate, John. **Rational** points on elliptic curves. Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1992. [An introduction to the **number** theoretic **properties** **of** elliptic curves at an advanced undergraduate level.] A Numerical Example /

ديدگاه هاي مختلف درباره سيستم وجود دارد **8** Unified Modeling Language Modeling ديدگاه هاي مختلف / در **Rational** Rose: /**property**}] Example: ConvertToGerog (PerDate: String = CurDate): Date - خاصيت Visibility مانند کلاس است. 56 Unified Modeling Language Diagrams : **Class** Diagram Generalization Relationship: A generalization is a relationship between a general thing (called the superclass or parent) and a more specific kind **of**/**of** the objects. Appropriate features: 1- sequence **number**: to indicate the time order **of**/

..1 – zero or one object may be associated with the **property** 0..1 – zero or one object may be associated with the **property** * - any **number** **of** objects may be associated with the **property** * - any **number** **of** objects may be associated with the **property** Generalization Depicts the “is a” relationship. Depicts the “is a” relationship. Sequence Diagrams Shows the sequence **of** interactions between objects. Benefits include: Validate and flesh out/

**of** the working **class** could be solved by changes in political organization **of** the country – push for greater male suffrage People’s Charter **of** 1838 wanted: Universal male suffrage Secret Ballot Abolition **of** **property** requirements in Parliament Payment to members **of**/ **of** **rational** ideas from Enlightenment 118. How did philosophy change around the turn **of** the century and what new ideas emerged? Science revealed ideas that appeared to be less **rational** – same happens in philosophy Nietzsche – rejection **of** **rational** /

in their self-interest follows logically from the premise **of** **rational** and self-interested behavior. It does not follow because all **of** the individuals in a group would gain if they achieved their group objective, that they would act to achieve that objective, even if they were all **rational** and self-interested. Indeed, unless the **number** **of** individuals in a group is quite small, or unless/

contain ‘views’ too…) Models generally contain a **number** **of** diagrams – some **of** these terms are ‘used’ interchangeably… E.g. Design model contains **class** diagrams, sequence diagrams, and a **number** **of** others…. Diagrams: means by which we view **of** the system. Different building blocks (model elements) for different types. E.g.: **classes**, interfaces, collaborations, components, nodes, dependencies, generalizations, and associations. Introduction to **Rational** Rose 17 Views Just as there are/

: $ 70 New balance: -$ 20 7 The Integers The Whole **numbers** together with the negatives **of** the counting **numbers** form the set **of** integers {…-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,…} **8** The **Rational** **Numbers** Any **number** that can be express as a ratio (or quotient) **of** two integers {a/b, where a and b are integers, with/2) = 4*5 - 4*2 Example: 4(x-2) = 4x-4*2 Remember: to distribute the negative sign across the parentheses. 65 Commutative **Property** For any real **numbers** a and b a + b = b + a Example: 5 + 4= 4 + 5 a*b= b*a Example: 5*4=4*5 /

**classes**. Sometime! Get help. **EX 7-18** Example 2 (pg4) These examples combine the definitions **of** the sets **of** **numbers** (integers, whole **numbers**, **rational** **numbers**, natural (or counting) **numbers**) with our **number** line. **EX 19-28** The real **numbers** on a **number** line There is a place on a **number** line for every real **number**/s 10/17 **EX 57-68** What about zero? It kills all. The multiplication **property** **of** zero 0 ·a = 0 and a ·0 = 0 Example **8** name that process page 63 This example just names what is going on and is /

**of** the everyday life (Bolte 2000:27) Transformation **of** „Everyday life“ in post- socialism society participants must adapt to new demands and have to **rationalize**/4%10%4%**8**%2%0%/**class** **Classes** were formed to control the means **of** **property** This would in turn result in **class** conflicts Social **Class**: Max Weber (1864 – 1920) dimensions **of** social inequality: **class** positions are interpreted as market and power positions difference between **property** **class** and worker **class** (**property**/**number** **of** owners **of** second homes growth **of**/

Analysis Steps OOAD Using the UML - Use-Case Analysis, v 4.2 Copyright 1998-1999 **Rational** Software, all rights reserved 10 Professor name empID create( ) save( ) delete( ) change( ) **Class** Name Attributes Operations Review: **Class** Recall, a **class** is an abstraction Describes a group **of** objects with common: **Properties** (attributes) Behavior (operations) Relationships Semantics A **class** is an abstraction in that it Emphasizes relevant characteristics; suppresses others Consists/

? What do we think **of** someone who… ▪ … often misses **classes**? ▪ … copies in exams/**of** chips to define **property** rights on pets) Topic 5. Market and politics (**8** ) ▪ How can we correct failures **of** **rationality**/**of** fraud are yesterday’s big investors ▪ Who is most **rational** – the consumer or the citizen? ♦E.g.: Speed limit **of** 110 km/h on highways Poaching wildlife ▪ Why? What to do? ♦Key variables? ▪ Does allocation **of** **property** rights fully solve the problem? Topic 5. Market and politics (9 ) ▪ Is the **number** **of**/

**of** ideas began in mid 90’s. Rumbaugh joins Booch at **Rational** ’94 v0.**8** draft Unified Method ’95 Jacobson joins **Rational**/**classes**, and components Examples: –**Class** stereotypes: boundary, control, entity, utility, exception –Inheritance stereotypes: uses and extends –Component stereotypes: subsystem Extensibility **of** UML Stereotypes — extends vocabulary. Tagged values — extends **properties** **of** UML building blocks. Constraints — extend the semantics **of**/the message with some **numbering** scheme. 212 Collaboration /

Accident, **Property**, / 7/**8**: Software/**Number** **of** GUI Clients (30??) Should AdvDataEntryOp have Application Due to Size and Complexity **of** Software? Will InitDataEntryOp Utilize Downloaded Applet Due to Lack **of**/**Rational** Rose Allows Modularization **of** UML Design Integration with JDK 1.2.2 Ability to Load Zip/JAR File to Bring in All JDK 1.2.2 **Classes** and APIs UML Designs can Utilize APIs/**Classes** Simplifies Transition to Software Development by Allowing Specifics to be Included For Example, GUI **Classes**/

RDz/BMS Map Editor Appendix **8** Objectives After completing this unit, you should be able to: Describe the types **of** 3270 data streams available to CICS /**class** in BMS per se http://www-949.ibm.com/software/**rational**/cafe/docs/DOC-2895 …or… You will have to do a lot more reading **of**/**properties**: As shown in the screen captures here Or – feel free to experiment with your own options for this new field (this is not a production map) 42 Using the Palette – 6 **of** 6 – Finished Enhancement Added – Phone **number**/

subset **of** R. –None **of** this is available in the existing **rational** theory in HOL. Borel Sigma Algebra 15 **Rational** **Numbers** Borel Sigma Algebra The formalization is fairly rich. Set **of** **rational** **numbers**: Q is dense in R: **Properties** **of** **rational** **numbers**: -x, x+y, x*y, 1/y, x/y 16 Theorem: B(R) is generated by the open intervals ]c,d[. It is also generated by any **of** the following **classes** **of** intervals/

if and only if there exists a strictly positive real **number** b such that, for every x X, U(x) = bG(x). Can we measure happiness ? (**8**) Notice that the precision **of** a measurement is a decreasing function **of** the « size » **of** the **class** **of** functions that are considered equivalent. Ordinal measurement is not precise because the **class** **of** functions that provide the same information on well-being is/

**of** storage for each element. ADT Example ADT contains value definition & operation definition ADT **Rational** is a mathematical model **of** **Rational** **number** (P/q) & Addition multiplication, testing **of** equality. Value definition Definition Abstract typedef **Rational** Condition **Rational**[1] !=0; Operation definition **of** ADT **Rational** Abstract **Rational**/ look at ``broad **classes**’ **of** values, or the /algorithm, fast machine combination. **Properties** **of** the Big-Oh Notation (/, -3, 5”) second half =**8** (“2, 6”) Max subsequence sum/

equals positive GLCE: N.FL.07.09 Estimate results **of** computations with **rational** **numbers**. [Core] State Results District Results A9% B17% C61% D12% 5. Which **of** the following is closest to the value **of** the expression below? -71.83 ÷ -9.26 A. -10 B. -**8** C. **8** D. 10 GLCE: N.FL.07.09 Estimate results **of** computations with **rational** **numbers**. [Core] State Results District Results A27% B36% C18% D19/

explore the similarities and differences among concrete **classes**, abstract **classes**, and interfaces (§13.**8**). u To design the **Rational** **class** for processing **rational** **numbers** (§13.9). u To design **classes** that follow the **class**-design guidelines (§13.10). Liang, /**class** that imposes no restrictions on what or when the user can do with it, design the **properties** to ensure that the user can set **properties** in any order, with any combination **of** values, and design methods to function independently **of** their order **of**/

**of** Addition for **Rational** **Numbers** Addition **Property** **of** Equality If are any **rational** **numbers** such that, and if is any **rational** **number**, then Copyright © 2013, 2010, and 2007, Pearson Education, Inc. Subtraction **of** **Rational** **Numbers** If are any **rational** **numbers**, then is the unique **rational** **number** such that Copyright © 2013, 2010, and 2007, Pearson Education, Inc. Subtraction **of** **Rational** **Numbers** If are any **rational** **numbers**, then Copyright © 2013, 2010, and 2007, Pearson Education, Inc. Example 6-**8** Find each/

Condition-Action Rules What action I should do now Environment Kansas State University Department **of** Computing and Information Sciences CIS 730: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Agent Framework: Simple Reflex Agents [2] Implementation and **Properties** –Instantiation **of** generic skeleton agent: Figure 2.**8** –function SimpleReflexAgent (percept) returns action static: rules, set **of** condition-action rules state Interpret-Input (percept) rule Rule-Match (state, rules) action Rule/

**PROPERTIES** IN MY OPINION WEBER TOOK TWO **PROPERTIES** AS THE JOINT CAUSE **OF** BEHAVIOUR : OPPORTUNITIES PLUS MOTIVATIONS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SMITH AND WEBER WAS THAT THE ACCUMULATION **OF** WEALTH WAS AN UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCE **OF** THE **RATIONALIZATION** **OF** THE MEANS **OF**/**OF** NON-RELIGIOUS IN AREA PERCENT **OF** CATHOLICS IN AREA AVERAGE EDUCATION IN AREA STRICTNESS **OF** NATIONAL ABORTION LAW **NUMBER** **OF** ABORTIONS IN COUNTRY AS PERCENT **OF** **NUMBER** **OF** BIRTHS ASSUMED CAUSAL ORDER PERCENT **OF** CATHOLICS STRICTNESS ABORTION LAW **NUMBER** **OF**/

**Rational** RobotJ Field Training Advanced Topics Confidential Information Agenda Regular Expressions Debugging Adding Libraries and **Classes** Data Driven Testing Modifying Options for Script Execution Querying Values **of** Object **Properties** Handling Ambiguous Recognition Handling Unexpected Active Windows Adding Manual and Dynamic VPs Regular Expressions Debugging Adding Libraries and **Classes** Data Driven Testing Modifying Options for Script Execution Querying Values **of** Object /

**of** applications (J2EE, non-J2EE) Great supplement to WebSphere Studio Not designed to be a full function UML tool EJB & Java **class** diagrams only Customers who want full function UML tools will need **Rational** XDE **Rational** XDE is a full UML modeling tool: EJB & Java **class**/ (allows formatting **of** dates/**numbers**/etc) Binder:/is synchronized) Palette Visual Editor **Properties** View Alignment Window Source Editor /Build, generate and build SQL and EJB apps) **8**. Testing and Performance Profile Tooling 9. Integrated Servers/

**of** environments is done to show how **properties** **of** an environment influence the design **of** suitable agents for that environment. Basic agent designs are discussed 3 Outline Agents and Environments The concept **of** **Rationality** The nature **of** Environments The structure **of** Agents 4 **Rational** – Meaning **Rational** – relating to the reason – not physical A system is **rational**/ **8** Agents/**of** the agent over the environment **class** A **rational** agent for a given environment **class** maximizes the average performance 82 Types **of**/

and Dividing Real **Numbers**; **Properties** **of** Real **Numbers** 1.4 1.Multiply integers. 2.Multiply more than two **numbers**. 3.Multiply **rational** **numbers**. 4.Find the multiplicative inverse **of** a **number**. 5.Divide **rational** **numbers**. Slide 1- 92/**of** n **numbers**, divide the sum **of** the **numbers** by n. Arithmetic mean = Slide 1- 156 Copyright © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Example **8** Bruce has the following test scores in his biology **class**: 92, 96, 81, 89, 95, 93. Find the average **of** his test scores. Solution Divide the sum **of**/

the mode **of** intentional explanation, we may distinguish **numbers** **of** perspectives, they/**of** the **class** relationship **of** capitalism yThe alienating and reifying effects **of** the commodification process on human existence in the capitalistic mode **of** production yThe ideological and hegemonic distortions on cultural context **of** capitalism Traditions **of** Critical Theory: A Brief Account zMax Weber’s critical theory on **Rationalism**: Max Weber (1864-1920) is one **of** the founding father **of** sociology and a critical theorist **of**/

.1 Students will add, subtract, and multiply complex **numbers** and use i² = -1 to write the answer as a complex **number**. ›ACTIVITIES: Review **Properties** **of** Real **numbers**. Notes on complex **numbers**. ›Perform arithmetic operations with complex **numbers**. › Home Learning: REAL **NUMBERS** AND **NUMBER** OPERATIONS ›Whole **Numbers** 0, 1, 2, 3, …. ›NATURAL **NUMBERS**; 1, 2, 3, ……. ›INTEGERS: -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, …. ›**RATIONAL** **NUMBERS**: **numbers** such as ¾, 1/3, and -4/1 (or/

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