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A positive or negative number, including zero, that can be expressed with fractions, called floating point in computers because they are represented with a floating binary point similar to a decimal point.

A number that has no imaginary part; comprises the rational numbers and the irrational numbers.

any number that is not imaginary Example: "1.23156..., 5, 8/6, e, square root (3)"

Any number that can be represented with a potentially infinite decimal expansion to the right of the decimal point. Natural, rational, irrational, and incomputable numbers are all real numbers.

the limit of a convergent sequence of rationals

An ordinary number, either rational or irrational; a number in which there is no imaginary part, a number generated from the single unit, 1; any point in a continuum of natural numbers filled in with all rationals and all irrationals and extended indefinitely, both positive and negative.

Any finite or infinite decimal. Any rational or irrational number.

a class (a, say) of rational numbers which satisfies the condition that it is the same as the class of those rationals each of which precedes at least one member of a

a component of a complex number

an element from the real line consisting of positive and negative integers, rational numbers, irrationals and transcendental numbers

a nominal number that is adjusted, attempting to account for inflation

a number that displays a decimal part

a number that has a fractional section

a number that is somewhere on a number line, so any number on a number line that isn't a rational number is irrational

a number that is somewhere on your number line

a number that may contain a fractional component i

a number that may have a fraction

a number which can have any possible expansion in decimals

a number which has a decimal point, and a series of decimal places

a period if it is expressible as the integral of an algebraic function (with algebraic coefficients) over an algebraic domain, and this integral is absolutely convergent

a rational number or the limit of a sequence of rational numbers

a value in the set of zero and the positive or negative rational numbers

a number between positive and negative infinity that does not have any imaginary components (an imaginary component is in terms of , or the square root of ); the type of number that POV-Ray works with.

Any number that is either rational or irrational.

A number with (possibly) infinite decimal places like pi or e.

aany number that is positive negative or zero

Any number, positive or negative, that is not imaginary. 4/3, 2.5, 0, and -8 are all examples of real numbers.

Is a whole number and its decimal. For example, 5 is a whole number, 5.5 is a real number.

any number that can be expressed in decimal form.

Number having no imaginary part.

an extension of the rational number system. A number with a decimal point because it is logically expected to be fractionalized. e.g. an amount of money.

Real numbers are all rational and irrational numbers (but not the imaginary numbers). The real numbers represent all the points on the number line.

A number from the set of numbers consisting of all rational and all irrational numbers.

Numbers that are whole or fractional. A real number can also have an exponent.

s - Numbers that correspond to points on the number line. This includes all natural, whole, integers, rational, and irrational numbers.

Any of the conventional numbers,including fractions and irrationals.

(1.) A number that contains a decimal point and is stored in fixed-point or floating-point format. (2.) A number that can be represented by a finite or infinite numeral in a fixed-radix numeration system.

All of the numbers that are rational and irrational. All of these numbers can be expressed as decimals.

In mathematics, the real numbers may be described informally as numbers that can be given by an infinite decimal representation, such as 2.4871773339…. The real numbers include both rational numbers, such as 42 and −23/129, and irrational numbers, such as Ï€ and the square root of 2, and can be represented as points on an infinitely long number line.

a concept on its own, an element of our prediction machines