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# Every real number is an integer?

Updated: 4/28/2022 Wiki User

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Integers are a subset of real numbers. All integers are real numbers, but not the other way around.

Real numbers, without going into great detail, are numbers that can be drawn on a standard x-y graph. This includes integers, fractions & decimals, common constants such as pi and e, etc. Taking the square root of negative number would result in an imaginary number (which are not a real numbers.)

Integers are essentially whole numbers (numbers that can be written without a decimal or in fraction form). Wiki User

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Yes, some are integers, some are not. Integers are numbers that are whole numbers, no fractions, radicals, or decimals are seen on or near a integers. Real numbers are all numbers excluding negative radicals.

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