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What's Rational About That? Day 3

Unit 4: So What's Rational About That?
Lesson 3 of 5

Objective: SWBAT find the rational approximation of irrational numbers and locate them on a number line.

Big Idea: Students will get practice truncating the decimal expansions of non-perfect square numbers in order to accurately place them on a number line.

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Math, Algebra, square root, rational numbers
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