The answer depends on what you wish to compare and contrast it with.
All pairs of numbers, written in the form a + bi (for example: 3 + 5i, or 7 - 2i, etc.), where the first number is called (for historical reasons) the "real part" and the second number the "imaginary part". Complex numbers can be graphed as points on a plane. They have important applications in several fields of science, arts, and pure mathematics.
Real numbers are numbers that can be found on the number line. This includes both the rational and irrational numbers. The Real Numbers did not have a name before Imaginary Numbers were thought of. They got called "Real" because they were not Imaginary.
a real number is a number that can be rational or irrational
Nearly any number you can think of is a Real Number. So 8 is a real number.
A real time operating system in multimedia applications.
Yes if it was not practical it was not there. You can see the real life use on this link http://www.intmath.com/Applications-differentiation/Applications-of-differentiation-intro.php
in real life what are applications of alanlytical geometry
There are no real life applications of reciprocal functions
There are many examples of daily life applications of real numbers. Some of these examples include clocks and calendars.
they are no uses
What are the Applications of definite integrals in the real life?
It would be a bit stupid to call a system the real number system if real numbers were not a part of it!
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