- This indicates that real numbers include natural numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, and irrational numbers. For example,
**3, 0, 1.5, 3/2, √5,**and so on are real numbers. Definition of Real Numbers Real numbers include rational numbers like positive and negative integers, fractions, and irrational numbers. - The operations of basic set theory can be used to produce more
**examples**of uncountably infinite sets: If A is a subset of B and A is uncountable, then so is B. This provides a more straightforward proof that the entire set**of real numbers**is uncountable. If A is uncountable and B is any set, then the union A U B is also uncountable. **Fixed Point Number**Representation. The shifting process above is the key to understand**fixed point number**representation. To represent a**real number**in computers (or any hardware in general), we can define a**fixed point number type**simply by implicitly fixing the binary point to be at some position of a numeral. We will then simply adhere to this implicit- Which
**type**you should use, depends on the numeric value. Floating point <b>**types**</b> represents <b>**numbers**</b> <b>with</b> a fractional part, containing one or more decimals.**Types**of**real numbers**with**examples**