1. For irrational numbers, you are correct that irrational numbers exists as decimals. However, there's an additional condition such that these decimals are non-terminating and non-recurring.

2. Under Rational numbers, we should be able to find decimals, too.

3. We cannot just put "Whole Numbers" and "Integers" together. Although they are related, they are not "side-by-side" kind of "equivalent" relationship (like the way you've described).

1. For irrational numbers, you are correct that irrational numbers exists as decimals. However, there's an additional condition such that these decimals are non-terminating and non-recurring.

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3. We cannot just put "Whole Numbers" and "Integers" together. Although they are related, they are not "side-by-side" kind of "equivalent" relationship (like the way you've described).

4. The fraction part is correct :)