A set of 32 task cards on determining whether the given decimals are rational or irrational. If they are rational, students must also place them into the form of a simplified fraction. In my classes, students use them as playing cards with a game board (check out my game board
if you need one!). After they answer, they can scan the QR code to see if they are correct to get a turn to roll! Always a fun way to review this topic! A sheet to record their answers in included along with the answer key.
A separate set of the 32 task cards without the QR codes is also included.
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