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]]>Yes, that’s a really nice way of classifying examples and making it “real” 😉

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]]>To understand the difference between rational and irrational numbers is a real problem for the students. You have explained it impressively. I also want to give my conclusion on this topic in this way that

1) All the perfect squares are rational numbers.

2) All the surds are irrational numbers

3) All the terminating and repeating decimals are rational numbers

4) All the non-repeating decimals are irrational numbers

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]]>Yes, they are really good. We use them one at a time for Yr11 as starters, but I can how a booklet would work too. How does it go against school-wide routine?

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]]>Hi Matthew, that’s great. If you scroll to the bottom of the post there is a link. Let me know if it doesn’t work.

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]]>I am planning a similar routine for this year. I’d appreciate a copy of the tests, please.

Many thanks

Matthew

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