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This video in the first in a new series in the Year 11 Mathematical Methods course. Set notation and sets of numbers is a very important part of the course. Knowing the distinction between Real Numbers, Rational Numbers, Irrational Numbers, Natural Numbers and Integers becomes more and more important. Understanding how to write a range of numbers using Interval Notation is critical to understanding and success. I explain all the key terms which are going to be needed in an easy to understand way without compromising the complexity of the subject. There are lots of worked examples and some humour too.
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