All irrational numbers are real numbers.
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User: All irrational numbers are real numbers. True False

User: The commutative property works with subtraction. True False

User: In the order of operations, expressions inside parentheses are evaluated before exponents. True False

User: Which of the following numbers is rational? -9 0 all of the above

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User: The set of numbers that includes the whole numbers and their opposites is called the set of _____. real numbers natural numbers integers rational numbers

User: Which of the following statements uses the multiplicative identity? (-8)(1) = -8 -8 + 0 = -8 (-8)(-1) = (-1)(-8) -8 + 1 = 1 + (-8)

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TRUE. All irrational numbers are real numbers.
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The commutative property works with subtraction. This is FALSE. The Commutative Property DOES NOT work with subtraction.
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TRUE. In the order of operations, expressions inside parentheses are evaluated before exponents.
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The answer is all of the above are rational numbers. -9 and 0 are rational numbers.
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The set of numbers that includes the whole numbers and their opposites is called the set of INTEGERS.

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What is the value of (-6)3? -18 18 -216 216
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Updated 4/9/2016 2:33:30 AM
(-6)^3;
= (-6)(-6)(-6);
= -216
Confirmed by yumdrea [4/9/2016 2:43:37 AM]
Simplify 6 - 23 + (-9 + 5) · 2. -10 -12 6 -8
Weegy: 2w - 2 = -12, 2w=-10, w=-5 (More)
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Updated 4/9/2016 2:35:01 AM
6 - 23 + (-9 + 5) · 2;
= -17 + (-4)*2;
= -17 - 8;
= -25
Confirmed by jeifunk [4/9/2016 10:24:34 AM]
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