Q: What numbers can be integers rational and real number?

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Most numbers ARE rational. For instance all the integers and most real numbers are rational numbers. To be an irrational number a real number must be impossible to express as a ratio of integers.

Integers, odd integers, negative integers, odd negative integers, rational numbers, negative rational numbers, real numbers, negative real numbers, square roots of 1, etc.

Yes. -3 is both rational and real. -3 is an integer. All integers are rational numbers. All rational numbers are real numbers. Thus -3 is a rational number and a real number.

It is an integer. All integers are rational but not irrational. All rational and irrational numbers are real numbers.

Such numbers cannot be ordered in the manner suggested by the question because: For every whole number there are integers, rational numbers, natural numbers, irrational numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every integer there are whole numbers, rational numbers, natural numbers, irrational numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every rational number there are whole numbers, integers, natural numbers, irrational numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every natural number there are whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every irrational number there are whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, natural numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every real number there are whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, natural numbers and irrational numbers that are bigger. Each of these kinds of numbers form an infinite sets but the size of the sets is not the same. Georg Cantor showed that the cardinality of whole numbers, integers, rational numbers and natural number is the same order of infinity: aleph-null. The cardinality of irrational numbers and real number is a bigger order of infinity: aleph-one.

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Most numbers ARE rational. For instance all the integers and most real numbers are rational numbers. To be an irrational number a real number must be impossible to express as a ratio of integers.

Integers, odd integers, negative integers, odd negative integers, rational numbers, negative rational numbers, real numbers, negative real numbers, square roots of 1, etc.

Yes. -3 is both rational and real. -3 is an integer. All integers are rational numbers. All rational numbers are real numbers. Thus -3 is a rational number and a real number.

Yes, a rational number is a real number. A rational number is a number that can be written as the quotient of two integers, a/b, where b does not equal 0. Integers are real numbers. The quotient of two real numbers is always a real number. The terms "rational" and "irrational" apply to the real numbers. There is no corresponding concept for any other types of numbers.

It is an integer. All integers are rational but not irrational. All rational and irrational numbers are real numbers.

Such numbers cannot be ordered in the manner suggested by the question because: For every whole number there are integers, rational numbers, natural numbers, irrational numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every integer there are whole numbers, rational numbers, natural numbers, irrational numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every rational number there are whole numbers, integers, natural numbers, irrational numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every natural number there are whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every irrational number there are whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, natural numbers and real numbers that are bigger. For every real number there are whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, natural numbers and irrational numbers that are bigger. Each of these kinds of numbers form an infinite sets but the size of the sets is not the same. Georg Cantor showed that the cardinality of whole numbers, integers, rational numbers and natural number is the same order of infinity: aleph-null. The cardinality of irrational numbers and real number is a bigger order of infinity: aleph-one.

All integers are rational numbers. There are integers with an i behind them that are imaginary numbers. They are not real numbers but they are rational. The square root of 2 is irrational. It is real but irrational.

-3 is a real, rational, whole integer. But then, -- All integers are real rational whole numbers. -- All whole numbers are real rational integers. -- All rational numbers are real. -- All counting numbers are real, rational, whole integers.

No, rational number are ones that can be written as a/b where a and b are integers. Irrational numbers are those real number that are NOT rational.

The set of rational numbers is a subset of the set of real numbers. That means that every rational number is a real number, but not every real number is rational. The square root of 2 is an example of a real number that isn't rational; that is, it can't be expressed as the quotient of two integers.

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