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SET – a set is a collection of distinct elements or members. The elements that make up a set can be any kind of things, people, letters of the alphabet, or mathematical objects, such as numbers, points in space, lines or other geometrical shapes, algebraic constants and variables, or even other sets.Nature of numbers – a set is a collection of distinct elements or members. The elements that make up a set can be any kind of things, people, letters ofthe alphabet, or mathematical objects, such as numbers, points in space, lines or other geometrical shapes, algebraic constants and variables, or evenother sets.The set of complex numbers is compose of real numbers and imaginary.Real numbers - Real numbersare thenumberswhich include both rationaland irrationalnumbers. Rationalnumberssuch as integers (-2, 0, 1), fractions(1/2, 2.5) and irrationalnumberssuch as √3, π(22/7), etc., are allreal numbers. Real numberscan be positive or negative, and include thenumber zero.
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Leonardo Dumadag
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Nature of Numbers

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