## Rational & Irrational Numbers Practice Set 1.4

How to show the suqareroot √2 numbers on the line : Explanation : Actually such numbers are not rational numbers they are irrational numbers. Steps to show the number √2 on number line : First Draw a number line and place a point ‘A’ at number 1. Draw perpendicular line at point A. Set the […]

## Rational & Irrational Numbers | Practice set 1.3

Rational & Irrational Numbers | Practice set 1.3 Rational & Irrational Numbers : Decimal representation of rational numbers : Explanation : ➥ If the rational numbers division process is ends with remainder zero, such a decimal form of a rational numbers is called a termination decimal form. ➦ If the rational numbers division process is not […]

## Rational and Irrational Numbers | Practice set 1.2

Rational and Irrational Numbers | Practice set 1.2 1. Compare the following numbers.(1) -7, -2 Explanation : ➥ To Compare the two numbers we use the symbols <, =, >. (‘<‘ : Less than, ‘=’ : Equal and ‘>’ : Greater than)➦ To Compare the two numbers, first identify the numbers if positive or negative.➥ […]

## Rational and Irrational Numbers | Lesson No.1

Rational and irrational numbers : First we will see, What are the types of Numbers ?We are very much familiar with Natural Numbers, Whole Numbers, Integers and Rational Numbers. Natural Numbers : All positive numbers are called as Natural Numbers.e.g. : 1,2,3,4,5…… Whole Numbers : All Natural Numbers and zero are called as Whole Numbers.e.g. : 0,1,2,3,4,5…… […]