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## Mathematics / Real Numbers

### Mathematics / Real Numbers

A number which can be represented by a unique point on the number line and a number whose square is non-negative is called a real number. Between two real numbers there exists infinitely many real numbers. This includes both rational and irrational numbers. Infinity is not a real number.

Lessons
Topics
Lessons
Topics
• Introduction to Real Numbers
• Euclid's Division Lemma
• The Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic
• Irrational Numbers - Revision
• Rational Numbers and Their Decimal Expansions - Revision
• Review of Real Numbers
• Euclid's Division Algorithm
• Theorems to prove a number is irrational
• Theorems on rational numbers
• Some Applications of the Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic
• ### The Number System -- Summary

Learnhive Lesson on The Number System

• Accessed by: 217 Students

### Irrational Numbers -- Summary

Learnhive Lesson on Irrational Numbers

• Accessed by: 135 Students

### Real Numbers -- Summary

Learnhive Lesson on Real Numbers

• Accessed by: 142 Students

### Euclids Division Lemma -- Summary

Learnhive Lesson on Euclids Division Lemma

• Accessed by: 111 Students

### Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic -- Summary

Learnhive Lesson on Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic

• Accessed by: 115 Students

### Real Numbers

Learnhive Lesson on Real Numbers

• Accessed by: 103 Students