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2016-05-25T20:57:12+08:00
Sets of real numbers includes whole numbers, rational numbers, and irrational numbers but not the imaginary numbers and infinity.

Examples:
→whole numbers like (0, 3, 7, 9, 10)
→rational numbers like (-3, -1, 1/4, 1.33, 8/3)
*Note: integers, fractions, and negative numbers belong in rational numbers.
→irrational numbers like (  \pi , √3, √23)
*Note: pi and radical numbers belong in irrational numbers.



    

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2016-05-27T20:39:13+08:00

Sets of real numbers include the following:

→counting numbers or whole numbers such as  (0, 9, 5,10)
→rational numbers like (-7, -10, 1/2, 1.58, 18/4)
> Point to remember→ integers, fractions, and negative numbers belong to rational numbers.
→irrational numbers like (
, √8, √56)
 > Point to remember pi and radical numbers belong to irrational numbers.

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