Rational numbers are numbers that can be written as a fraction. Real numbers are any number, including irrationals.
There are five of them, including the number 1.
We won't be able to answer that without knowing the ending number.
The numbers 4, 6, 8, 9, 10 are composite numbers between 1 and 10 (including 10).
An infinite number of numbers can be found between 0.0322 and 0.323 including: 0.03221, 0.03222, 0.03223 etc.
The largest composite number between 1 and 50 is 50.
Integers (whole numbers, without a decimal point, including negative whole numbers) are real numbers; they are rational; therefore they are not irrational.
By including the number 1000, the digit 1.
There are infinitely many numbers between 1032 and 1209. Let me begin to explain my answer by presenting a modified version of the original question:"How many whole numbers are there between 1032 and 1209?"The answer? There are 76 whole numbers between 1032 and 1209.So, I would say there are two possibly-confusing things going on here. One of them is the distinction between "numbers" and "whole numbers"; and the other is the distinction between "the difference between two numbers" and "the number of numbers between two numbers.""Whole numbers" are the number 0, the number 1, and any number that is the sum of the number one added to itself, however many times. So, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and so on, are all whole numbers.There are infinitely many whole numbers (because there's no end to the numbers you can get by adding 1 to the preceding number), but the number of whole numbers between any two, non-negative numbers (not including Infinity) is always finite. Between 2 and 5, for example, there are two whole numbers: 3 and 4. Between 2 and 1,000,005 there are 1,000,002 whole numbers, which you can name by starting with the number 3, and counting up -- by ones -- to the number 1,000,004. That's the number you would stop with because we are naming (and counting) the whole numbers between 2 and 1,000,005.Between 1032 and 1209 there are 76 whole numbers. To get the number of whole numbers between two non-infinite, non-negative numbers, you take the difference of the two numbers (the smaller number subtracted from the larger number) and subtract 1. The difference between 2 and 5 is 3; and the number of whole numbers between 2 and 5 is 2 -- namely, 3 and 4. The difference between 1032 and 1209 is 77, and the number of whole numbers between them is 76.But when you ask about "numbers" instead of "whole numbers" you are including the infinitely many intervening numbers between any two whole numbers. There are even infinitely many intervening numbers between 0 and 1: 0.1, 0.01, 0.001, 0.00230791502, 0.00000000000000000100000000010341010984050505326, and so on. Without the restriction to whole numbers, all the infinite divisions of the number 1 would have to be named and counted, if you wanted to say "how many numbers there are between" any two numbers starting with zero and up to any positive number other than infinity -- say, for example, between 1032 and 1209. So infinitely many numbers is how many numbers there are between 1032 and 1209.
A number between 1 and 500 is composite if it can be divided, without remainder, by a number other than 1 and itself.
That is the property of infinite density of rational numbers. If x and y are any two rational numbers then w = (x + y)/2 is a rational number between them. And then there is a rational number between x and w. This process can be continued without end.