What is the difference between Rational and Irrational numbers?
Rational numbers are the numbers that are written in the form of p/q, where p and q are the integer co-prime numbers and Irrational numbers are the numbers that can not be written in the form of p /q. All types of numbers, natural numbers, whole numbers, and integers are Rational numbers, and all unresolved roots,π,e, etc are Irrational numbers.
Natural Numbers: All those numbers which are used to count things are known as Natural numbers, the set of natural numbers is {1,2,3,4,5,6……….}. Natural numbers are Rational Numbers because we can write them in the form of P/Q
Whole Numbers: All those numbers which are complete numbers are known as Whole numbers, the set of Whole numbers is {0,1,2,3,4,5,6……….} . Whole numbers are Rational Numbers because we can write them in the form of P/Q
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Integers: Integers is the set of all the complete numbers in minus and positive including 0 also. If surface of the earth is 0 then height above the ground is shown by positive integers and depth below the surface of the earth is shown by negative integers.
All the integers are rational numbers because we can write them in the form of p/q, as example.
All the fractions that exist between the integers are also rational numbers. There are two types of fractional numbers on the basis of decimal expansion.
Type of rational number on the basis of decimal expansion:
On the basis of the decimal expansion, the rational numbers are of two kinds
(a) Finite Decimal (b) Infinite Decimal
Finite Decimal: The fraction p/q (p and q are co-prime no’s) when converted into decimal expansion, we get a quotient and remainder 0.as an example
These types of decimal expansion are known as finite decimals. We can observe a fraction p/q (p and q are co-prime no’s) to be a finite decimal if factors of q are in the form of 2^{n}× 5^{n}. So, if there is any other prime factor except to 2 and 5 of q then the decimal expansion of p/q can’t be finite decimal.
Infinite Decimal: The fraction p/q(p and q are co-prime no’s) when converted into decimal expansion,we get a quotient and remainder non-zero.as an example
We can observe a fraction p/q (p and q are co-prime no’s) to be an infinite decimal if factors of q are not in the form of 2^{n}× 5^{n}. So, if there is any other prime factor except 2 and 5 of q then the decimal expansion of p/q is infinite decimal.
Irrational number: All the infinite decimals that are non-recurrent decimals are known as irrational numbers. As an example, the decimal expansions of√2,√3,√5 , and π are infinite non-recurrent decimal expansions so these are irrational numbers. The decimal expansion such as 2.804005606006….are known as irrational numbers since after the decimal the numbers are not repeated.
√2 = 1.41421356…..,√6= 2.4494897…….
What is the difference between rational and irrational number?
The features of rational numbers and irrational numbers are following.
- The sum of two irrational numbers may be an irrational number or a rational number, as an example (√2+ 4), (π + 2) are irrational numbers and √2 + (-√2) = 0
- The product of an irrational number to a rational number is an irrational number, as an example, 2√5,2π are irrational number.
- The product of two irrational number may be a rational or irrational number, as an example √2×–√2=-2,√2×√3 = √6
- The product of two identical irrational numbers may be rational or irrational, as an example √2×√2 = 2,
- The division of two irrational numbers can be rational or irrational, as an example 2√2/3√2= 2/3 , 2√2/√3 etc.
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π is written in the form of 22/7 then why is it an irrational number:π is the ratio between circumference and diameter, one of them either circumference or diameter is an irrational number, so π is called an irrational number, the value 22/7 of π we use in the calculation is actually the nearest rational value of π, therefore 22/7 is a rational number but π is an irrational number.
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