Math and Arithmetic
Is every Real number an irrational number?
No, a real number could also be a rational number, an integer, a
whole number, or a natural number. Irrational numbers fall into the
same category of real numbers, but every real number is not an
Does every point on the real number line correspond to an irrational number?
Asked in Irrational Numbers
If a number is a real number then is it also an irrational number?
Is every real number an rational number or irrational number?
What standards separate a real number from an irrational number?
Is three an irrational number rational number both rational and irrational or neither rational or irrational?
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Is an irrational number plus an irrational number rational?
Asked in Numbers
Is the square root of 8 a real number or a rational number or an irrational number or integers or a whole number?
Is every irrational number a complex number?
Yes! Every complex number z is a number, z = x + iy with x and y belonging to the field of real numbers. The real number x is called the real part and the real number y that accompanies i and called the imaginary part. The set of real numbers is formed by the meeting of the sets of rational numbers with all the irrational, thus taking only the complex numbers with zero imaginary part we have the set of real numbers, so then we have that for any irrational r is r real and complex number z = r + i0 = r and we r so complex number. So every irrational number is complex.