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Q: What do you call the numbers that contain in the set or subset?

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A subset is a division of a set in which all members of the subset are members of the set. Examples: Men is a subset of the set people. Prime numbers is a subset of numbers.

A subset is a division of a set in which all members of the subset are members of the set. Examples: Men is a subset of the set people. Prime numbers is a subset of numbers.

A set "A" is said to be a subset of of set "B", if every element in set "A" is also an element of set "B". If "A" is a subset of "B" and the sets are not equal, "A" is said to be a proper subset of "B". For example: the set of natural numbers is a subset of itself. The set of square numbers is a subset (and also a proper subset) of the set of natural numbers.

No. Natural numbers are a subset of whole numbers. Negative numbers are whole numbers but not natural.

A subset is a smaller set that is part of a larger set. For example, the set of animals contains the subset of reptiles, the subset of mammals, and various others. Or in mathematics, the set of real numbers contains the subset of positive integers, the subset of negative integers, the subset of rational numbers, etc.

No. But all whole numbers are in the set of rational numbers. Natural numbers (ℕ) are a subset of Integers (ℤ), which are a subset of Rational numbers (ℚ), which are a subset of Real numbers (ℝ),which is a subset of the Complex numbers (ℂ).

The set of Rational Numbers is a [proper] subset of Real Numbers.

Yes it is.

Yes.

Natural numbers are a subset of the set of integers, among others.

The real numbers, themselves. Every set is a subset of itself.

For example the set of all numbers which are integer multiples of 4 is a subset of all the numbers exactly divisible by 2.

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