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By Rational Numbers form Field, (Q,+,×) is a field. By Total Ordering on Quotient Field is Unique, it follows that (Q,+,×) has a unique total ordering on it that is compatible with its ring structure. Thus (Q,+,×,) is a totally ordered field.
The irrational numbers, by themselves, do not form a field (at least with the usual operations). A field is a set (the irrational numbers are a set), together with two operations, usually called multiplication and addition. The set of irrational numbers, therefore, must necessarily be uncountably infinite.
Yes zero is a rational number. We know that the integer 0 can be written in any one of the following forms. Thus, 0 can be written as, where a/b = 0, where a = 0 and b is any non-zero integer. Hence, 0 is a rational number.
Every ordered field is a formally real field, i.e., 0 cannot be written as a sum of nonzero squares. The complex numbers also cannot be turned into an ordered field, as 1 is a square (of the imaginary number i) and would thus be positive.
The positive-real numbers can also form a field, (R>0,,), with the operation xy=eln(x)ln(y) for all x,yR>0. Here, all positive-real numbers except 1 are the "multiplicative" units, and thus R>0={xR>0x1}.
Among any two integers or real numbers one is larger, another smaller. But you can't compare two complex numbers. (a + ib) < (c + id), The same is true for complex numbers as well.
Imaginary numbers, also called complex numbers, are used in real-life applications, such as electricity, as well as quadratic equations. In quadratic planes, imaginary numbers show up in equations that don't touch the x axis. Imaginary numbers become particularly useful in advanced calculus.
The set of real numbers and the set of complex numbers each with their corresponding + and * operations are examples of fields. However, some non-examples of a fields include the set of integers, polynomial rings, and matrix rings.
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Any set which satisfies all eight axioms is called a complete ordered field. We assume the existence of a complete ordered field, called the real numbers. The real numbers are denoted by R.
TL;DR: The complex numbers are not an ordered field; there is no ordering of the complex numbers that is compatible with addition and multiplication. If a structure is a field and has an ordering , two additional axioms need to hold for it to be an ordered field.
The real numbers include natural numbers or counting numbers, whole numbers, integers, rational numbers (fractions and repeating or terminating decimals), and irrational numbers. The set of real numbers is all the numbers that have a location on the number line.
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