What is the difference between an irrational number and an integer?
Answer: Below are the differences between an irrational number and an integer:
Let's compare irrational numbers and integers
Irrational numbers are non-terminating, recurring decimal numbers i.e, a decimal expansion that neither terminates nor becomes periodic which cannot be expressed in the form of a fraction.
Example: π is an irrational number whose value is nearly 3.1415926...
Integer is a complete entity that includes every natural number along with its negatives and zero. They can be expressed as a fraction with a denominator equal to 1.
Example: 3/1 , -8, 0
Integers are rational numbers whereas irrational numbers cannot be rational numbers.
Thus, we have seen the differences between irrational numbers and integers