IN MATH: 1. n. a member of the set of naturals, wholes, integers, rational numbers, or irrational numbers. EX. The square root of negative one is not real. It is complex. See these numbers in a different format at: I Got Your Number.
IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. existing, genuine. EX. Is that a real diamond?
APPLICATION: See list 270.
Circle the real numbers:
This is a page from the dictionary MATH SPOKEN HERE!, published in 1995 by MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS, inc., ISBN: 0-9623593-5-1. You are hereby granted permission to make ONE printed copy of this page and its picture(s) for your PERSONAL and not-for-profit use.