Finding an irrational number between which given pair of numbers supports the idea that irrational numbers are dense in real numbers?

Accepted Solution

Answer:3.33 and 1/3Step-by-step explanation:"Dense" here means that there are infinite irrational numbers between two rational numbers. Also, there are infinite rational numbers between two rational numbers. That's the meaning of dense. Actually, that can be apply to all real numbers, there always is gonna be a number between other two.But, to demonstrate that irrationals are dense, we have to based on an interval with rational limits, because the theorem about dense sets is about rationals, and the dense irrational set is a deduction from it. That's why the best option is 2, because that's an interval with rational limits.