The answer to your question begins with a question to you. How do you know what number you are interested in ? How is it specified ? If the number is written down as a decimal, it must have a finite number of digits. This would make it a rational number. If it is written down as a fraction, that also is rational. If the number is specified as a procedure, that may or may not be rational. You make the determination using your head for logical thought - something calculators can't do. So, the short answer to your question is : no, except for a few very special cases, most of which are susceptible to logical analysis anyway.
look in their ear. you will find it there.
Yes 97 is an odd number. It's actually something you should know by head already.
The probability is 1/2 since you are certain to get a number on the die.
An infinite number, since points take up no space.
A pin has a head but no hair
Nobody but God knows the number of hairs on your head. What color hair you have makes no difference.
Obviously, the number varies from person to person, but in general the answer is that the human head has about 100,000strands of hair.
Just because your hair is blonde, brown, red, whatever, doesn't effect the number of hairs on your head. In hair there is around 100,000 follicles, and each follicle can grow about twenty individual hairs in a lifetime. There is no average number of hairs on a human head, and no one really can tell how many hairs they're are on their hair. Hair comes in different sizes, shapes and lengths, just like people:)
he died the hair on his head
on the head yes on the hair no
You have hair to protect your head.
Depends on the head. Some people have less, some more. Obviously, the number varies from person to person, but in general the answer is that the human head has about 100,000 strands of hair.The color of hair also makes a difference. People with darker hair have more dense hair than people with lighter hair.