Yes, all natural numbers are real numbers. Natural numbers are a subset of real numbers, so not all real numbers are natural numbers.
All rational numbers are real numbers.
No, not all. All numbers are Real Numbers. * * * * * All numbers are not real numbers: there are complex numbers and others. Also, all real number are not whole numbers. sqrt(2) or pi, for example are real numbers but not whole numbers.
Complex numbers are a proper superset of real numbers. That is to say, real numbers are a proper subset of complex numbers.
No. Natural numbers are a proper subset of real numbers.
No, but the majority of real numbers are irrational. The set of real numbers is made up from the disjoint subsets of rational numbers and irrational numbers.
All integers are real numbers, but not all real numbers are integers.
No because natural numbers are a subset of real numbers
False. Irrational numbers are real numbers.
Yes, -1 and 1 are real numbers. Real numbers consist of irrational numbers, rational numbers and integers.
Real numbers are all numbers which do not contain "i", when "i" represents the square root of -1. All numbers which do contain "i" are "imaginary numbers" and are not real numbers. This means that all numbers you'd ordinarily use are real numbers - all the counting numbers (integers) and all decimals are real numbers. So in answer to your question, all the real numbers that are not whole numbers are all the decimal numbers - including irrational decimals such as pi.
Natural numbers extend from 1 to positive infinity.Real numbers are all numbers between negative infinity and positive infinity.ALL natural numbers are real numbers, but NOT ALLreal numbers are natural numbers.
Any rational or irrational numbers are called real numbers.
Real NumbersThe real numbers.
Yes, but there are also real numbers that are not.
All irrational numbers are real, but not all real numbers are irrational.
A real number is just an ordinary number. The set of real numbers include all numbers between negative and positive infinity. Real numbers are ordered, and thus do not include imaginary numbers. A subset of real numbers refers to a group, or subsection, of real numbers. For instance, the numbers between 5 and 22 are a subset of real numbers. Another example of a subset is all even numbers, or all odd numbers.
Rational numbers form a proper subset of real numbers. So all rational numbers are real numbers but all real numbers are not rational.
Real Numbers cannot be the square root of a negative number. Real Numbers are not divided by zero. Basically, Real Numbers cannot be anything that is undefined.
rational numbers and irrational numbers
The set of complex numbers includes the set of real numbers.
No. Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. All rational numbers are real.
Imaginary numbers are not a subset of the real numbers; imaginary means not real.