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Infinitely many. In fact, between any two different real numbers, there are infinitely many rational numbers, and infinitely many Irrational Numbers. (More precisely, beth-zero rational numbers, and beth-one irrational numbers - that is, there are more irrational numbers than rational numbers in any such interval.)


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