действительное [вещественное] число Смотри также: single-precision Антоним(ы): integer

действительное [вещественное] число

*noun*
a number that has no imaginary part
Example: the set of all real numbers comprises the rationals and the irrationals

One of the infinitely divisible range of values between positive and negative infinity, used to represent continuous physical quantities such as distance, time and temperature. Between any two real numbers there are infinitely many more real numbers. The integers ("counting numbers") are real numbers with no fractional part and real numbers ("measuring numbers") are complex numbers with no imaginary part. Real numbers can be divided into rational numbers and irrational numbers. Real numbers are usually represented (approximately) by computers as floating point numbers.