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Q: Are some natural numbers are integers?

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No. The set of integer includes negative integers which are not natural numbers..

There are no national numbers. Some integers are natural numbers but not all - for example, negative integers.

Traditionally, the set of integers that represents the natural numbers is {1,2,3,...}, which are the positive integers. Some people include the non-negative integers as the set of natural numbers, which is {0,1,2,3,...}, and includes 0.

No. The set of integer includes negative integers which are not natural numbers..

Natural numbers do not include negatives. Integers do.

All natural numbers are integers, not all integers are natural numbers.

Natural and whole numbers are, and integers are rational.

Positive integers are (not is!) a proper subset of natural numbers. The natural numbers comprise positive integers and zero.

That's so easy that ALL of the natural numbers are integers.

Null set. All natural numbers are integers.

Integers are all positive and negative whole numbers, and natural numbers are all positve whole numbers including zero. So, natural numbers is a subset of integers.

Yes, all the positive ones are.

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