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No, there are more Irrational Numbers between 1 and 2 than there are rational numbers.

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Rational numbers form a proper subset of real numbers. So all rational numbers are real numbers but all real numbers are not rational.

Yes, there are many rational numbers between 50 and 70. All whole numbers and fractions are rational.

Not necessarily. All rational numbers are real, not all real numbers are rational.

Continuity is a characteristic of functions not of sets.The set of rational number is infinitely dense. This means that between any two rational numbers, no matter how close together, there are infinitely many rational numbers. And then, between any two of them these is an infinte number of rational numbers, and so on.But, in case that gives you any wrong ideas, between any two rational numbers there is an even higher order of infinity of irrational numbers. In that respect the number of gaps in the set of rational numbers (where the irrational numbers would be) is greater than the cardinality of rational numbers.Continuity is a characteristic of functions not of sets.The set of rational number is infinitely dense. This means that between any two rational numbers, no matter how close together, there are infinitely many rational numbers. And then, between any two of them these is an infinte number of rational numbers, and so on.But, in case that gives you any wrong ideas, between any two rational numbers there is an even higher order of infinity of irrational numbers. In that respect the number of gaps in the set of rational numbers (where the irrational numbers would be) is greater than the cardinality of rational numbers.Continuity is a characteristic of functions not of sets.The set of rational number is infinitely dense. This means that between any two rational numbers, no matter how close together, there are infinitely many rational numbers. And then, between any two of them these is an infinte number of rational numbers, and so on.But, in case that gives you any wrong ideas, between any two rational numbers there is an even higher order of infinity of irrational numbers. In that respect the number of gaps in the set of rational numbers (where the irrational numbers would be) is greater than the cardinality of rational numbers.Continuity is a characteristic of functions not of sets.The set of rational number is infinitely dense. This means that between any two rational numbers, no matter how close together, there are infinitely many rational numbers. And then, between any two of them these is an infinte number of rational numbers, and so on.But, in case that gives you any wrong ideas, between any two rational numbers there is an even higher order of infinity of irrational numbers. In that respect the number of gaps in the set of rational numbers (where the irrational numbers would be) is greater than the cardinality of rational numbers.

All natural numbers are rational numbers.

All natural numbers are rational numbers.

All integers are rational. Not all rational numbers are integers.

No. All rational numbers are real. Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction.

All whole numbers and fractions are rational numbers

Yes. -3 is both rational and real. -3 is an integer. All integers are rational numbers. All rational numbers are real numbers. Thus -3 is a rational number and a real number.

Natural numbers are a part of rational numbers. All the natural numbers can be categorized in rational numbers like 1, 2,3 are also rational numbers.Irrational numbers are those numbers which are not rational and can be repeated as 0.3333333.

Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction. Not all real numbers are rational.

Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction. Not all real numbers are rational.

Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction. All rational numbers are real.

Rational numbers are a proper subset of real numbers so all rational numbers are real numbers.

Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction. All natural and whole numbers are rational.

All rational numbers are fractional but all fractional numbers are not rational. For example, pi/2 is fractional but not rational.

Not all number are rational. Pie is a number but is irrational.

Yes, all whole numbers (integers) are rational. Please note though that not all rational numbers are integers.

Yes - all whole numbers are rational numbers.

All repeating decimals are rational numbers. Not all rational numbers are repeating decimals.

All integers are rational numbers, not all rational numbers are integers.

The set of rational numbers includes all whole numbers, so SOME rational numbers will also be whole number. But not all rational numbers are whole numbers. So, as a rule, no, rational numbers are not whole numbers.

No, not at all. There are more irrational numbers between 1 and 2 than there are rational numbers in total!

Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Irrational numbers cannot be expressed as a fraction. All natural and whole numbers are rational.