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Q: What are positive numbers in math?

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Positive numbers, which form a subset of real numbers, are numbers greater than zero.

Positive numbers refers to any real number that is greater than zero.

It means all numbers greater than zero. Even 0.001 is a positive number. often shorthanded as +ve for positive.

A number that is positive or a set of one-digit consecutive numbers.

Real numbers are numbers that exist from negative infinity to positive infinity and everything in between. real numbers consist of every number you are used to. Imaginary numbers are numbers that aren't used in conventional math (such as i)

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The absolute value of a number isn't the opposite of that number. Think of it as the distance of that number to zero, which can only be positive. If you understand that, then in math problems you can simply think of leaving positive numbers positive and making negative numbers positive.

Integer is a mathematical term to define the set of whole numbers both positive and negative

Everything. Payroll is numbers. Math is numbers.

Because their higher then negative numbers and they are 'POSITIVE'

positive powers of ten are standard form, this is when large numbers are simplified to make math easier e.g 100000000 is 1x10^9

yes, just look at this problem, 3-4=-1. its simple math

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