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5 belongs in the sets:

-Natural number set, positive whole numbers

-Integer number set, whole numbers

-Rational number set, numbers that are not never ending

-Real number set, basic numbers without i and that can be expressed in say amounts of apples

-Complex number set, the set that contains both real and unreal numbers

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Odd numbers , single digit ,integer

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