Yes it is a real number. Real numbers exist on a number line, so it doesn't matter big they are, they will always fit.
Complex numbers on the other hand will never have a place on that number line.
The square roots (not sqare route!) of 99999999999999999999999 are Â±316,227,766,016.8 approx.
The square of a real number is always a real number.
The real number in '101.7' is 101. A real number is a positive whole number.
Yes, zero is a real number. It is not a counting number, but it is an integer, a rational number, and a real number.
Nearly any number you can think of is a Real Number. So 8 is a real number.
It is a real number, but it is not a whole number
a real number is a number that can be rational or irrational
The other real number is 3/pi. I will bet that was not the real number you had in mind and so is an "other" real number.
No, it is not a real number.
Of course, not only can it be a real number but it is a real number. When you take the square root times itself, the result is a number that is real.
It's a real number, as opposed to an imaginary number. It may or may not be a real phone number.