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Number Types Questions - All Grades

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Grade 6 Number Types
What is an integer?
  1. A collection of numbers marked by brackets
  2. Any number in the set of positive and negative whole numbers and zero
  3. The amount obtained by adding numbers
  4. The numbers 0 through 9
Grade 5 Number Types
Grade 7 Number Types
Which set of numbers does not include -8?
  1. Whole numbers
  2. Integers
  3. Rational numbers
  4. Opposites of whole numbers
Grade 9 Number Types
What are integers?
  1. Positive and negative whole numbers and zero
  2. The point at which the x and y axes cross (0, 0)
  3. The line across the bottom of the graph
Kindergarten Number Types CCSS: K.CC.C.6
Grade 1 Number Types
Grade 1 Number Types
Which correctly compares the number of pictures?
Hanukkah - Dreidel - SmallHanukkah - Dreidel - SmallHanukkah - Dreidel - SmallHanukkah - Dreidel - Small                  Hanukkah - Star - SmallHanukkah - Star - SmallHanukkah - Star - Small
  1. [math]4 < 3[/math]
  2. [math]4 > 3[/math]
  3. [math]3 = 3[/math]
  4. [math]4 = 4[/math]
Grade 1 Number Types
Grade 9 Number Types
Natural Numbers are also called                   
  1. Counting Numbers
  2. Elementary Numbers
  3. False Numbers
Grade 1 Number Types
Kindergarten Number Types CCSS: K.CC.B.4
Grade 1 Number Types
What does greater than mean?
  1. the same
  2. less
  3. smaller
  4. bigger
Grade 1 Number Types
What does less than mean?
  1. equal
  2. smaller
  3. bigger
  4. opposite
Kindergarten Number Types CCSS: K.CC.C.6
Grade 5 Number Types
Compare the following numbers:

2,340               3,560
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  3. [math]=[/math]
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