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InexactNumberQ

InexactNumberQ[expr]
returns True if expr is an inexact real or complex number, and returns False otherwise.
InexactNumberQ tests whether an object is explicitly an inexact number:
InexactNumberQ tests whether an object is explicitly an inexact number:
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An approximate zero is inexact:
Either real or imaginary parts of a complex number can be inexact:
If both real and imaginary parts are exact, then the number is not inexact:
Numbers are considered either exact or approximate (inexact):
Inexact numbers have Precision less than :
Inexact numbers have head Real or Complex:
A function equivalent to InexactNumberQ:
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