Real and Complex Number Welcome to your Real and Complex Number quiz1 The number that can be expressed in the form of p/q where p and q are integers and q≠0 is called _______ numbers. Rational Irrational Imaginary None of these A rational in the form of p/q where p and q are _________. Imaginary Complex Integers All of these A rational in the form of p/q where q ______ 0. Equal Not equal Both (a) and (b) None of these The word Rational is derived from ____. Ratio Not Ratio Iota All of these The rules of rational number for p and q are: p/q Integers q≠0 All of these Rational number is denoted by _______ Q Q^' Both None of these Irrational number is denoted by _______. Q Q^' Both None of these The word irrational means _________ Ratio Not Ration Iota None of these Irrational numbers consist of all the numbers which are _________ Rational Not rational Iota None of these Rational Irrational Complex None of these is Rational Irrational Complex None of these Π is Rational Irrational Complex None of these R is the symbol of ___________ number. Rational Irrational Real Both Rational & Irrational The union of rational and irrational numbers is the set of ____ numbers Complex Iota Prime Real Q ∪ Q^'= i Prime R N All the numbers on the number line are ___ numbers. i Complex R None of these All the numbers on the number line are ____ numbers. Rational Irrational Real All of these − 17 is ___ number. Whole Natural Integers All of these A whole number is a number that does not contain ___. Decimal Negative Fraction All of these All terminating and repeating decimals are ________. Rational Irrational Complex All of these Time is Up!