# Number System Maths

__ Number System Math__

Numbers are divided into several parts on the basis of their nature and structure which are as follows.

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## Types of Numbers

### Natural numbers

**Peano's postulates**- "Numbers used to count things."

### Integers

^{+}and negative integers are denoted by Z

^{-}.

Z^{-} = {-∞, ...........-5, -4, -3, -2, -1}

Z^{+} = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5 .........., ∞}

**Qus-**If a and b are any two integers, will a

^{b}be integers?

a^{b} = 0^{0} (undefined)

5^{-2} = ^{1}⁄_{25} = 0.04

This is not true because it becomes undefined if the value is 0.

### Whole Numbers

When 0 is also included in the natural numbers, the set becomes the set of whole numbers, it is denoted by 'W'.

W = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 .........., ∞}

### Even Numbers

The natural numbers which are divisible by 2 are called even numbers, it is mostly represented by 'E'.

E = {2, 4, 6, 8, ............, ∞}

### Odd Numbers

Those numbers which are not exactly divisible by 2 are called odd numbers and are denoted by 'O'.

O = { 3, 5, 7, 9 ............, ∞}

### Divisible Number/Composite Number

Those whole numbers which have other factors other than itself and 1 or are divisible by any number other than itself and 1 are called composite numbers.

**e.g. -** 4, 6, 8, 9, 10 ............, ∞

The factor of 4 = 1, 2, 4

The factor of 9 = 1, 3, 9

➡ The smallest composite number is '4'.

➡ The smallest odd composite number is '9'.

### Prime Number

Those whole numbers which do not have any other factor other than itself and 1 or are not divisible by any number other than itself and 1 are called prime numbers.

**e.g. -** 2, 3, 5, 7, 11 ............, ∞

The factor of 2 = 1, 2

The factor of 3 = 1, 3

➡ '2' is the smallest prime number and '1' is neither a composite number nor a prime number

➡ '3' is the smallest odd prime number.

### Co-Prime Numbers

Two **prime numbers** which do not have any common factor other than
1.

**e.g. -** (2, 5), (7, 11), (19, 13), (23, 29)

(7, 11)

7 = **1**✕7

11 = **1**✕11

There is no other common factor other than 1.

### Relatively prime numbers

Two **numbers** which have no common factors other than 1 in other words
whose HCF is 1.

**e.g. -** (4, 15), (13, 81), (19, 13), (23, 29)

(13, 81)

13 = **1**✕13

81 = **1**✕3✕3✕3✕3

There is no other common factor other than 1.

➡ Any two consecutive numbers can also be co-prime numbers.

(2, 3), (81, 82), (99, 100)

➡ Sometimes a relative prime number is also called a co-prime number.

### Twin Prime Number

Those prime numbers whose difference is '2' are called Twin Prime numbers.

**e.g. -** (3, 5), (7, 9), (9, 11), (11, 13)

### Rational Number

Numbers that can be expressed as ^{p}⁄_{q} are called rational numbers where p and q are integers,
both have no common factors and q ≠ 0.

**e.g. - **^{2}⁄_{5}, ^{11}⁄_{7}, ^{-5}⁄_{11}, ^{√25}⁄_{1}, ^{1}⁄_{√36}, ^{22}⁄_{7}

➡ Numbers whose decimal expansion is terminating (Terminating Decimals) or Repeating Decimals.

**e.g.** - 0.6578, 52.67, 0.3333.......= 0.3, 86.73586586586586.....= 86.73586

**Terminating Decimals**- Numbers that stop after a few digits of the
decimal.

**e.g.** - 0.6578, 52.6758

**Repeating Decimals-** Numbers in which a number or group of
numbers is repeated repeatedly.

**e.g.** - 0.33333.....= 0.3, 52.67582582582........= 52.67582

### Irrational Numbers

Those numbers which cannot be written in the form ^{p}⁄_{q} are called irrational numbers.

**e.g.** - √2, √3, √5, √(11), π
[because the value of π = 3. 4159...... (approximate)]

➡ The numbers whose decimal expansion is of non-terminating decimals and non-repeating decimals are irrational numbers.

**e.g.** - √2 = 1.41421356........

**Qus**. Convert 0.33333........ to a Rational number (Fraction number).

Let, x = 0.33333....... ----(i)

According to Question,

x= 0.333333.....

10x = 10✕0.33333.....

10x = 3.3333333.....

10x = 3 + 0.333333.........

10x = 3 + x [From eq. '(i)']

10x - x = 3

9x = 3

x = ^{3}⁄_{9}

x = ^{1}⁄_{3}

**Qus**. If a and b are any two rational numbers, then which of the
following is a rational number?

(i) a+b (is a rational number)

e.g- ^{1}⁄_{3} + ^{2}⁄_{5} = ^{(5+6)}⁄_{15} = ^{11}⁄_{15}

(ii) a-b (is a rational number)

e.g- ^{2}⁄_{3} - ^{1}⁄_{3} = ^{1}⁄_{3}

(iii) a✕b (is a rational number)

e.g- ^{2}⁄_{3} ✕ ^{4}⁄_{5} = ^{8}⁄_{15}

(iv) ^{a}⁄_{b } (is a rational number)

e.g- ^{(0)}⁄_{(0)} (undefined)

^{(a)}⁄_{(0)} = ∞ (undefined)

(v) a^{b } (is not a rational number)

e.g- (5)^{(1/2)} = √5 (irrational number)

(0)^{0} (undefined)

➡ There are infinite numbers of rational numbers between any two rational numbers.

➡ There are infinite irrational numbers between any two irrational numbers.

### Real Number

Those rational or irrational numbers whose squared gives a positive number are called real numbers.

**e.g.**- -5, -6/7

(-5)^{2} = 25

(-6/7)^{2}= 36/49

### Imaginary Number or Non-Real Number

Those rational or irrational numbers whose squared gives a negative number are called Imaginary numbers, it is represented by 'i' which is called 'iota', its value is √-1.

**e.g.**- √-5, √(-6/7)

√-5 = √(-1✕5) = i√5

√(-6/7) = √(-1✕6/7) = i√(6/7)

### Complex Number

Complex numbers are made up of imaginary and real numbers and its denoted by a±ib.

Where, a = Imaginary number

b = Real number

**e.g.**- 2+i3, 5-i6, -6+i√8

**Qus**. If a and b are any two real numbers, then which of the following
is a real number?

(i) ^{a}⁄_{b} (is not a real number)

e.g.- 5/0 = ∞

(ii) a^{b }(is not a real number)

e.g.- (-5)^{1/2} = √-5 = √(-1✕5) = i√5 (Imaginary number)

### Cyclic Numbers

Such a number of 'n' digits which multiplied by any digit from '1' to the number of digits in that number and the product is made of the same number of 'n' digits.

**e.g.**- 142857

(Digits in number) n = 6 (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)

1✕142857 = 142857

2✕142857 = 285714

3✕142857 = 428571

4✕142857 = 571428

5✕142857 = 714285

6✕142857 = 857142

### Perfect Numbers

Those numbers whose factors add up to the same number except that number itself, that number is called a Perfect Number.

**e.g.**- 6, 28, 496

Factors of 6 = 1, 2, 3, 6

Sum of all factors except 6 = 1+2+3 = 6

➡ 6 is the smallest Perfect number.

Factors of 28 = 1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28

Sum of all factors except 28 = 1+2+4+7+14 = 28

Factors of 496 = 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 31, 62, 124, 248, 496

Sum of all factors except 496 = 1+2+4+8+16+31+62+124+248 = 496

➡ If a number is Perfect number then the sum of the reciprocals of all its factors including itself will always be '2'.

6 = 1, 2, 3, 6

^{1}⁄_{1} + ^{1}⁄_{2} + ^{1}⁄_{3} + ^{1}⁄_{6} = ^{(6+3+2+1)}⁄_{6} = ^{12}⁄_{6} = 2

28 = 1, 2, 4, 7, 14, 28

^{1}⁄_{1} + ^{1}⁄_{2} + ^{1}⁄_{4} + ^{1}⁄_{7} + ^{1}⁄_{14} + ^{1}⁄_{28} = ^{(28+14+7+4+2+1)}⁄_{28} = ^{56}⁄_{28} = 2

### Ramanujan's number or Ramanujan-Hardy number

A number that can be written as the sum of the cubes of two different types of numbers.

**e.g.**- 1729

### Happy Number

Sum the squares of all the digits of a number and continue this process until the final result is '1' but the numbers which do not have the final result '1' are not Happy Numbers.

**e.g.**- 49, 44, 13, 23, 28, 31, 82

**49** = 4^{2} + 9^{2} = 16+81
= **97**

**97** = 9^{2} + 7^{2} = 81+49 = **130**

**130** = 1^{2} + 3^{2} + 0^{2} =
1+9+0 = **10**

**10** = 1^{2} + 0^{2} = 1+0 = 1

and

**28** = 2^{2} + 8^{2} = 4+64 = 68

68 = 6^{2} + 8^{2} = 36+64 = 100

100 = 1^{2} + 0^{2} + 0^{2 }= 1+0+0 =
1

### Palindromic Number

A palindromic number is also called a numeric palindrome or a numerical palindrome. When a palindromic number is written in reverse, the number remains the same, in other words, reflected symmetry on the vertical axis.

**e.g.**- (11)^{2} = **121**

(111)^{2} = **12321**

(1111)^{2} = **1234321**

or

**75257**

**16561**

### Properties of Addition

#### Closure Property

The sum of two integer numbers will always be an integer number.

a+b = c

where a, b and c are integers.

**e.g.**- 4+5 = 9

3+(-2) = 1

(-4)+3 = -1

#### Commutative Property

According to this property Changing the position does not make any difference to the value of the number.

a+b = b+a

where a, b are integers.

**e.g.**- 4+5 = 9 or 5+4 = 9

(-8)+10 = 2 or 10+(-8) = 2

#### Associative Property

It provides the procedure for adding three or more numbers.

(a+b)+c = a+(b+c) = a+b+c

**e.g.**- (4+3)+5 = 4+(3+5) = 12

#### Additive Identity

If a + 0 = a, hence zero is called an additive identity.

**e.g.**- 4+0 = 4

#### Additive Inverse

If a + (-a) = 0, hence both a and (-a) will be additive inverses of each other.

**e.g.**- 4+(-4) = 0, so both 4 and (-4) are additive inverses of
each other.

### Properties of Multiplication

#### Closure Property

The multiplication of two integer numbers will always be an integer number.

a✕b = c

where a, b and c are integers.

**e.g.**- 4✕5 = 20

3✕(-2) = -6

(-4)✕3 = -12

#### Commutative Property

Changing the position according to this property does not make any difference to the value of the number.

a✕b = b✕a

where a, b are integers.

**e.g.**- 4✕5 = 20 or 5✕4 = 20

(-8)✕10 = -80 or 10✕(-8) = -80

#### Associative Property

It provides procedure for adding three or more numbers.

(a✕b)✕c = a✕(b✕c)

**e.g.**- (4✕3)✕5 = 4✕(3✕5) = 60

#### Multiplicative Identity

If a ✕ 1 = a, hence 1 is called a Multiplicative identity.

**e.g.**- 4✕1 = 4

#### Multiplicative Inverse

If a ✕ b = 1, So both a and b will be multiplicative inverses of each other.

Or, if ^{x}⁄_{y} ✕ ^{y}⁄_{x} = 1, So both ^{x}⁄_{y} and ^{y}⁄_{x} will
be multiplicative inverses of each other.

**e.g.**- 4✕1⁄4 = 1, So both 4 and 1⁄4 are multiplicative inverses
of each other.

Or, 3⁄4✕4⁄3 = 1, So both 3⁄4 and 4⁄3 are multiplicative inverses of each other.

#### Iterative sum of multiplication

If a number is added repeatedly, then its value is equal to the product of that number and its frequency.

a+a+a = 3✕a

**e.g.**- 4+4+4 = 3✕4 = 12

### Divison Operation in Numbers

Let 'q' be the quotient and the remainder 'r' on dividing a number 'a' by a number 'b', then

a = bq +r, Where 0 ≤ r < b

a = Dividend

b = Divisor

q = Quotient

r = Remainder

Dividend = (Divisor ✕ Quotient) + Remainder

➡ (x^{n} - a^{n}) will always be exactly divisible by (x - a) if n is an odd number.

➡ (x^{n} + a^{n}) is exactly divisible by (x + a) if n is an odd number.

➡ (x^{n} - a^{n}) is exactly divisible by (x + a) & (x - a) only if n is an even number.

➡ (x^{n} + a^{n}) will never divisible by (x + a) & (x - a) if n is an even number.

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