Awesome! Given any 2 different real numbers, you can

**always**find another real number between them.Real numbers are thus called

Consider two integers \(2\) and \(10\). Between \(2\) and \(10\), you can find the integer \(6\). Between \(2\) and \(6\), you can find the integer \(4\).

**continuous**. There is**no break**between them. Consider numbers like \(1,\, 2,\, 3,\, \ldots\). They don't have any decimals.Consider two integers \(2\) and \(10\). Between \(2\) and \(10\), you can find the integer \(6\). Between \(2\) and \(6\), you can find the integer \(4\).

Can you

**keep doing**this? That is, given any two integers, can you always find a different integer between them?- Yes
- No