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# Are decimals real numbers

The **decimal** expansion of the rational **numbers** \(\frac{23}{2^{2} \cdot 5}\) will terminate after: (a) one **decimal** place (b) two **decimal** places (c) three **decimal** places (d) more than three **decimal** places. Answer: (b) two **decimal** places. **Real** **Numbers** Class 10 Extra Questions Very Short Answer Type. Question 1. Use Euclid's division algorithm to.

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The type of **number** we normally use, such as 1, 15.82, −0.1, 3/4, etc. Positive or negative, large or small, whole **numbers**, fractions or **decimal numbers** are all **Real Numbers**.They are called "**Real Numbers**" because they are not Imaginary **Numbers**.See: Imaginary **Number**.**Real Numbers**. It cannot be both. The sets of rational and irrational **numbers** together make up the set of **real**.

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The content of the theorem is that any rational **number**, and only a rational **number**, has a repeating or terminating **decimal** expansion. A **decimal** expansion of the **number**, is if we write it in the **decimal** system, for instance. 2. 3 6 5. 2.365 2.365, these can also go forever, such as. 1. 4 1 4 2 1 3 5 6 . 1.41421356\dots 1.41421356.

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In the SI System, the **decimal** marker is either the comma or the dot, to be more precise, the point on the line. "The **decimal** marker chosen should be that which is customary in the context concerned." Writing **numbers** with **decimals** in SI System: 100,33 and 100.33 (In the United States, a dot is recommended.) The thousands separator in Europe.

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A. The classifications of **numbers** **are**: **real** **number**, imaginary **numbers**, irrational **number**, integers, whole **numbers**, and natural **numbers**. **Real** **numbers** **are** **numbers** that land somewhere on a **number** line. Imaginary **numbers** **are** **numbers** that involve the **number** i, which represents − 1. Rational **numbers** **are** any **number** that can be written as a fraction.

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