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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.

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  • Real Numbers -- Smarttest

    • Questions: 100

    Surds -- Smarttest

    Surds -- Smarttest

    • Questions: 175
    • Basic properties of Real numbers
    • Existence of additive identity, inverse, multiplicative identity and inverse for non-zero real numbers.
    • Order property
    • Non-negativity of square of a real number
    • Rational numbers with recurring decimal expansion
    • Irrational with non-recurring decimal expansion

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