Common Number Sets

There are sets of numbers that are used so often they have special names and symbols:

The whole numbers from 1 upwards. (Or from 0 upwards in some fields of mathematics). Read More ->

The whole numbers, <1,2,3. >negative whole numbers <. -3,-2,-1>and zero <0>. So the set is

(**Z** is from the German “Zahlen” meaning numbers, because **I** is used for the set of imaginary numbers). Read More ->

The numbers you can make by dividing one integer by another (but not dividing by zero). In other words fractions. Read More ->

**Q** is for “quotient” (because **R** is used for the set of real numbers).

Examples: 3/2 (=1.5), 8/4 (=2), 136/100 (=1.36), -1/1000 (=-0.001)

(**Q** is from the Italian “Quoziente” meaning Quotient, the result of dividing one number by another.)

Any real number that is **not** a Rational Number. Read More ->

Any number that is a solution to a polynomial equation with rational coefficients.

Includes all Rational Numbers, and some Irrational Numbers. Read More ->

Any number that is **not** an Algebraic Number

Examples of transcendental numbers include π and * e*. Read More ->

All Rational and Irrational numbers. They can also be positive, negative or zero.

Includes the Algebraic Numbers and Transcendental Numbers.

A simple way to think about the Real Numbers is: *any point* *anywhere* on the number line (not just the whole numbers).

Examples: 1.5, -12.3, 99, √2, π

They are called “Real” numbers because they are not Imaginary Numbers. Read More ->

Numbers that when squared give a negative result.

If you square a real number you always get a positive, or zero, result. For example 2×2=4, and (-2)×(-2)=4 also, so “imaginary” numbers can seem impossible, but they are still useful!

Examples: √(-9) (=3**i**), 6**i**, -5.2**i**

The “unit” imaginary numbers is √(-1) (the square root of minus one), and its symbol is **i**, or sometimes **j**.

A combination of a real and an imaginary number in the form **a + bi**, where **a** and **b** are real, and **i** is imaginary.

The values **a** and **b** can be zero, so the set of real numbers and the set of imaginary numbers are subsets of the set of complex numbers.

Examples: 1 + **i**, 2 – 6**i**, -5.2**i**, 4

### Illustration

Natural numbers are a subset of Integers

Integers are a subset of Rational Numbers

Rational Numbers are a subset of the Real Numbers

Combinations of Real and Imaginary numbers make up the Complex Numbers.

### Number Sets In Use

Here are some algebraic equations, and the number set needed to solve them:

Equation | Solution | Number Set | Symbol |
---|---|---|---|

x − 3 = 0 | x = 3 | Natural Numbers | |

x + 7 = 0 | x = −7 | Integers | |

4x − 1 = 0 | x = ¼ | Rational Numbers | |

x 2 − 2 = 0 | x = ±√2 | Real Numbers | |

x 2 + 1 = 0 | x = ±√(−1) | Complex Numbers |

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