The number line includes all rational numbers but also has irrational ones. It is the REAL number line. The square root of non-perfect squares are on it and pi is also on it and they are not rational.
Real numbers can be rational or irrational because they both form the number line.
because the # line shows the rational #'s in order from least to greatest
No. The real number line corresponds to rational AND irrational numbers.
That would be the real numbers.
The Density Property states that, between two rational numbers on a number line there is another rational number. Mark some fractions on a number line. No matter how dense the number line is, there still is another number between the two numbers.
Real numbers are any numbers that could be on a number line. Rational numbers are numbers that can be expressed as fractions. Real irrational numbers are things like pi or the square root of 2.
They are two points representing rational numbers.
Yes,a rational number can be on a number line :D
Yes, because it can be located on a number line.