SOLUTION: what sets of numbers do these belong to.... if there is more than one answer please list all of them.... -2.5 3 3/5 the square root of 25 and the sign pie

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 Click here to see ALL problems on real-numbers Question 345726: what sets of numbers do these belong to.... if there is more than one answer please list all of them.... -2.5 3 3/5 the square root of 25 and the sign pie Answer by solver91311(16877)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! For this problem, the universe of number sets that I will use consists of: Complex numbers Real numbers Transcendental irrational numbers Algebraic irrational numbers Rational numbers Integers Natural Numbers If you have other sets to choose from, you are on your own there. : Real, Rational : Real, Rational : Real, Rational, Integer, Natural : Real, Transcendental Irrational And just as an 'oh by the way': "Pie" is a prepared food item, generally round in shape, with a more or less flaky crust depending on the qualtity, and, when used as a dessert item generally has a sweet filling often made of fruit, or when used as an entrée or side dish item, generally has some sort of savory filling. "Pi" is the generally accepted English language equivalent of the 16th letter of the lower case Greek alphabet, frequently rendered as , representing the fixed but transcendental (because it is not a root of a non-constant polynomial equation with rational coefficients) irrational (because it is not the quotient of two integers) ratio between the circumference of a circle and the diameter of that same circle. John My calculator said it, I believe it, that settles it