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Q: What are natural and integer numbers?

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No. There is no such thing as an interger number. But all natural numbers are integer numbers.

Zero

No, but every natural is an integer. Only the positive integers and 0 are natural numbers.

Real numbers consist of all numbers except complex numbers. Every integer is a natural number but every rational number is not a natural number as well as an integer. So, the answer to the question is integer.

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

Natural integer valued sequences.

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

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

There is no natural number that is not an integer. Natural numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. As you can see, all natural numbers are integers.

negative numbers or 0

10 belongs to the natural integer numbers

N. J. A. Sloane has written: 'The encyclopedia of integer sequences' -- subject(s): Natural Numbers, Numbers, Natural, Sequences (Mathematics) 'A handbook of integer sequences' -- subject(s): Natural Numbers, Numbers, Natural, Sequences (Mathematics)

Yes.

Every whole number is rational and an integer. But the "natural" numbers are definedas the counting numbers, so the negative whole numbers wouldn't qualify.No and yes: it is not a natural number but it is a rational number.

A negative integer is a whole number but not a natural number.

No. The difference can be a negative integer which is not a natural number.

Assuming that "natsurl" is intended to be natural, the answer is NO. Integers can be negative, natural numbers cannot.

Integer: Negative numbers, zero, positive numbers. NO fractions/decimals Natural: Positive numbers. NO zero, negative numbers, fractions/decimals. Whole number: Positive numbers, zero. NO negative numbers, fractions/decimals. Therefore, a natural, rational, whole integer, would be: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, ...

Natural numbers are the counting numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc... Integers are positive and negative counting numbers, and zero. So, an integer that is not a counting number could be 0 or any negative integer.

It's redundant. The LCM of two natural numbers is the smallest integer solution. It's the smallest positive integer that all the members of a given set of numbers will divide into evenly with no remainder.

It is Z from the German for "to count". The counting, or natural numbers are denoted by N.

pi is not a integer any of the natural numbers (positive or negative) or zero; "an integer is a number that is not a fraction"- since pi has a decimal it isn't considered a integer

natural numbers can not be negative. integers can be both positive and negative.

Yes, because natural numbers are integers (positive only, ususally including zero).

An integer is any whole number