## Numbers: Rational and Irrational |

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### Contents

Introduction | 3 |

Chapter | 4 |

Natural Numbers and Integers | 9 |

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algebraic number angle answer Appendix approximations assertion assume called Chapter closed under addition common complete conclude consider construction contradiction conversely deduce definition denominator denote discussion divided divisible divisor equal equation establish example exists expressed fact false Figure form 3n geometry give given Hence holds inequalities infinite integer coefficients irrational numbers length lowest terms mathematical means method multiplication namely natural number negative Note obtain odd integers periodic positive positive integer possible prime factors Problem Problem Set proof proposition prove question rational fraction rational numbers rational roots reader real numbers representation result root satisfies segment sides Similarly specific square statement subtraction Suggestion symbols terminating decimal Theorem Theorem 6.5 transcendental numbers true turn unique unit values write written zero