Fantastic! Oxygen has mass and also occupies space. For example, when you inhale air, your lungs grow in size due to gases like oxygen.
Take two numbers, say \(5\) and \(6\). You can find a number between \(5\) and \(6\), say \(5.5\). Now, between \(5\) and \(5.5\), you can find \(5.25\). Between \(5\) and \(5.25\), you can find \(5.125\).
Can you keep doing this? Given two different real numbers, can you always find another real number between them? (Real numbers are numbers that have decimals.)
  • Yes
  • No
  • Depends on the numbers