What you need to know about integers is that integers is the name for the group of numbers that include whole numbers and negative numbers. But integers DO NOT include fractions.
The numbers called that are used in exponents can be called as a power of a number. The power or exponent can be positive , negative , zero .
1, 2, and 3 are the first three positive integers, but you can't say that they're the first three positive numbers. If you try that, somebody is sure to come along and say "but what about 0.1, 0.2, and 0.3 ?"The fact is, nobody can say what the first (lowest) positive 'number' is. Whatever number you name, no matter how small it is, there is always another one that's smaller and still positive.
The rational numbers. The set of rational numbers is the set of all numbers that can be expressed as p/q where p and q are integers.
The natural numbers are the same as the positive integers.
The Natural Numbers N.
Natural numbers are:counting numbersnon-negative, non-zero integers; positive integersnon-zero whole numbers; positive whole numbers
positive integers leaves out important numbers like e, pi, sqrt(2) and 3/4. Another name for positive numbers would be 'numbers greater than zero'. another would be even numbers on the number line downerlokz AHM HS lol
More words for counting numbers are calculate, cast, cast up, cipher, compute, enumerate, estimate, figure, foot, keep tab, number, and numerate. positive integers
Natural numbers or integers are other names for counting numbers.