So basically if your questions says 'What natural number has no predecessor ' it will be 1 because behind one is 0 which is a whole number but not a natural number .So the answer will be 1.
No. 1 does not have a predecessor: 0 is not a natural number.
Natural numbers, which were around before the concept of negative numbers
Yes, the number zero. Currently, the natural numbers are normally taken to start with zero, not with one (this was not always so). The number zero has no predecessor in the set of natural numbers. In the set of integers, however, every number has a predecessor and a successor.
Yes it does.
Every integer has a predecessor and a succesor. If you mean NON-NEGATIVE whole numbers, the answer would be zero.
The predecessor of 1 is 0. If you define "natural numbers" as starting at 1, then 1 has no predecessor. (Natural numbers can be defined either to include, or to exclude, zero.)
0 is whole no but not a natural no.
a thing that has been followed or replaced by another: 2 is the predecessor of 3
No its not, zero is a whole number but its not natural!!! :)
A negative integer is a whole number but not a natural number.