Your Precalculus teacher is wrong!
is set of all rational numbers.
Here you can find some information:
Real number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rational number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hello; today my Precalculus teacher gave this definition for the set of rational numbers:
Couldn't this be interpreted to mean that r equals both a/b and a, that b belongs to Z (the set of integers), and that b is not equal to zero?
Shouldn't it be:
or
?
Thanks,
yottaflop
Your Precalculus teacher is wrong!
is set of all rational numbers.
Here you can find some information:
Real number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rational number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia