All decimals are real numbers and all real numbers can be expressed as decimals.
Yes. All decimals are real numbers.
The number 4.83 is a real number. Real numbers include all whole numbers, fractions, and decimals that can be represented as quantities along a continuous line.
Decimals are real. They can be rational or irrational.
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.
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The set of integers is a subset of decimals. If it is all decimals, including infinite non-terminating ones, then it is the real numbers.
All repeating decimals are rational numbers. Not all rational numbers are repeating decimals.
Real numbers are compared by distance from zero That means converting numbers to decimals to determine which number is greater and putting these decimals in order from least to greatest or ordering the corresponding real numbers. I posted a link as an example.
No. All numbers that appear on any given number line are real numbers. To be an integer, a number must not have any fractions or decimals. An integer could be positive or negative, or 0.
All terminating decimals are rational.
Yes. In general, real numbers include negative numbers; they also include numbers that have decimals.