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# Consider the set 17, 9 13 , 0, 0.75, 2, p, 81 . List all

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Problem 1.1.1111

Consider the set 17, 9 13 , 0, 0.75, 2, p, 81 . List all numbers from the set that are: a. natural numbers, b. whole numbers, c. integers, d. rational numbers, e. irrational numbers, f. real numbers.

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1. “Venus of Willendorf,” Austria, limestone, ca. 28,000-25,000 BCE 2. Wall Paintings of Lascaux (France), ca. 16,000-14,000 BCE Hall of Bulls 3. Stonehenge, England, sandstone & volcanic rock, ca 2550-1600 BCE 4. Pair-non-pair, France, ca 33,000-26,000 BCE 5. Woman Holding Bison Horn, Laussel painted limestone, (France), ca. 25,000-20,000 BCE 6. Chauvet (France), ca 28,000 BCE vs Altamira (Spain), ca 15,000- 10000 BCE 7. Les Trois Freres (France), ca 12,000 BCE 8. Çatal Höyük, Turkey, ca. 6175BCE onwardFrescos, “Goddess” Figure 9. Uruk (Warka [Arabic], Erech [OT]), Iraq, ca 3200-3000BCE“Uruk Vase,” alabasterWhite TempleFace of a Woman [Inana] 10. Sumerian Votive Figures, Square Temple of Eshnunna (Tell Asmar), Iraq, gypsum,

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