# Ch 8: ASVAB Math: Types of Numbers

This chapter reviews the different types of numbers with its effective lessons. The video and text pieces thoroughly cover various numbers so that you'll be familiar with the questions you may be answering on the ASVAB Math subtest.

## ASVAB Math: Types of Numbers - Chapter Summary

Learn to correctly identify and describe the different types of numbers and understand how they are used in order to get ready for any related questions on the ASVAB Math subtest. The topics you'll know about after you're done studying this chapter include:

• Finding absolute value
• Graphing and notation for rational numbers
• Imaginary numbers
• Rational number, fraction and decimal notation
• Grouping of rational numbers on a number line
• Prime numbers
• Natural numbers
• Inequalities
• Composite numbers

You will get to know the content in these lessons well through this chapter's helpful examples and engaging video lessons. Our professional instructors use multiple teaching methods to boost learning and retention of the material.

### Objectives of the ASVAB Math: Types of Numbers Chapter

The ASVAB is administered as a paper-and-pencil test, but it's also available in a computer-based format. The material in this chapter's lessons prepares you for questions about various types of numbers. The Mathematics Knowledge subtest is about 11% of the whole ASVAB with 16 questions on the computer version and 25 questions on the paper-and-pencil exam. Try the quick self-assessment quizzes across the chapter to get helpful practice with questions very similar to those you may see on the exam.

9 Lessons in Chapter 8: ASVAB Math: Types of Numbers
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