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Section A. Fill in the blank for each sentence with a word from the word bank. Set Real Numbers Elements Integers Whole Numbers Union Natural Numbers Intersection

1) The set that occurs when you account for all elements of the sets being compared is called the ______________ set. 2) ___________________________ are positive whole numbers excluding 0. 3) Positive and negative whole numbers are known as _______________________________. 4) ___________________________ are positive whole numbers including 0. 5) A list of objects is known as a ______________________________. 6) ________________________ are objects that exist in sets. 7) The set that occurs when you account for the elements that the sets have in common is called the ______________________set. 8) Numbers that can be represented by a decimal and are considered to be every other type of number are called _________________________________. Section B. For each number, circle the special number types that are associated with the number. CIRCLE ALL THAT APPLY! Choose (4) 6) -4 b) c) d) e) Real Number Natural Number Integer Whole Number 5) -4.5 a) b) c) d) Real Number Natural Number Integer Whole Number 4) 15/5 a) c) d) e) Real Number Natural Number Integer Whole Number

3) 12 a) b) b) c) Real Number Natural Number Integer Whole Number

1) 0 a) a) b) c) Real Number Natural Number Integer Whole Number

2) 50/2 d) a) b) c) Real Number Natural Number Integer Whole Number

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Section C. Create set of at least (4) elements for the following conditions. Choose (5) 1) Create a set of numbers between 9 and 18

2) Create a set of numbers between 100 and 200

3) Create a set of numbers that are multiples of 7 between 30 and 60

4) Create a set of numbers that are less than -4

5) Create a set of numbers that multiples of 10

6) Create a set of integers that are multiples of 9 and greater than 36

7) Create a set of natural numbers that are less than 0

Section D. Find the union or intersection for each of the following problems. Choose (5) A = (1, 4, 7, 10, 12) 1) AB = 2) AB = 3) BC = 4) BC = 5) AC = 6) AB C = 7) AB C = B = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) C = (5, 6, 16, 33)

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Section E. Use the chart to answer the following questions about the intersection and union of sets. Choose (4) This chart represents the students in different homerooms college acceptances.

Harvard

University of Delaware

USC

Pam Quincy Steve Kim

Matt Quincy Troy Eugene

Quincy Eugene Lamont Mark

1) What is the set for the union of the students with acceptances to Harvard and University of Delaware?

2) What does this union represent?

3) What is the intersection of students with acceptances to University of Delaware and USC?

4) What does this union represent?

5) What is the intersection of students with acceptances to all three schools?

Extra Credit (5%) What is the web address for the website for this class? Ill start you off. www.