Using Pythagoras Theorem: 5=22+12
Taking positive square root we get
1. Mark a point 'A' representing 2 units on number line.
2. Now construct AB of unit length perpendicular to OA. Join OB
3. Now taking O as centre and OB as radius draw an arc, intersecting number line at point C.
4. Point C represents on number line
Not normally because an irrational number can't be expressed as a fraction which can be represented on the number line.
These number can also be represented on real line.
A real number can be represented by a point on the number line.
It is the real number whose length represents the distance from the zero on the line to the point on the line.
fractions are represented in form of decimals
When the number represented by that circle is part of the solution.
No ,irrational no can not be represented on no line because it is not of the form p/
how do you show 2/5's on a number line
By numbers at the same distance but on opposite sides of zero.
Answering that would be a snap if I could have a peek at the line, but until then, it's totally impossible.
The answer will depend on what you mean by "opposite": the additive inverse or the multiplicative inverse.
The number which is more to the right is greater (when the line is in its normal position).
you put a dash where the correct number is.
The square root of 29 is an irrational number, close to (but not equal to) 5.385; on a number line, this is a point between 5 and 6 closer to 5 than 6. The number can also be represented as a continued fraction. You can find a link to an image of this representation below.
They can be represented by a line made with a #2 pencil. The length of the line is made proportional to the magnitude of the vector, and some kind of identifying mark is made on or near one end of the line to show the direction of the vector.
An imaginary number is a continuous quantity that is the square root of a negative number and cannot be represented on the real number line.
In geometry, a linear relationship is represented as a straight line.
The real numbers are often represented by the Number Line, a straight line extending (forever) in both, the positive and negative, directions.
A straight horizontal line is a line that goes sideways, often represented by the equation y=a where a is any real number.
Things whose values do not change.
A number line can have both positive and negative numbers. You can put the number line in any position, but often it is represented so that numbers to the right of zero are positive, and numbers to the left of zero, negative.
friends,root 10 is according to our pythagores thoream.root 10=square of 3 and square of 1 can be represented on a number line.
1/4 is equivalent to 0.25 on the number line