1. ## numbers

hello im doing night school to try to pass my gcse maths, i have been given a question i dont understand at all, it is

Give at least three classifications of the following numbers 18 22 –15 29 48

what is classifications of numbers??? can someone tell me, and also give me an example of what i should be doing.
thank you

i dont even know what forum i should be posting on sorry if its the wrong forum

2. Originally Posted by angelbabe1
hello im doing night school to try to pass my gcse maths, i have been given a question i dont understand at all, it is

Give at least three classifications of the following numbers 18 22 –15 29 48

what is classifications of numbers??? can someone tell me, and also give me an example of what i should be doing.
thank you

i dont even know what forum i should be posting on sorry if its the wrong forum
Hi angelbabe1,

See if this site helps: Classification of Numbers

The numbers you have been given don't seem to have enough variety to classify, though. They're all the same. And shouldn't there be commas to separate them? I may not be understanding what it is you're trying to do either. Seek further clarification.

3. ive looked at the site and dont understand it at all

this is how the question is set out

Give at least three classifications of the following numbers:-

a)18 b) 22 c) –15 d) 29 e) 48

4. Originally Posted by angelbabe1
ive looked at the site and dont understand it at all

this is how the question is set out

Give at least three classifications of the following numbers:-

a)18 b) 22 c) –15 d) 29 e) 48
a) Even, positive, integer.

That should give you an idea of what to say about the other numbers.

5. Originally Posted by angelbabe1
ive looked at the site and dont understand it at all

this is how the question is set out

Give at least three classifications of the following numbers:-

a)18 b) 22 c) –15 d) 29 e) 48
d)29

Prime number, odd, positive, integer.