Natural numbers are non-negative whole numbers (no decimals or fractions). This would be 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, etc...
"Integer" means whole numbers, such as 5, 3, or -2; "rational" means fractional numbers (with whole numbers for the numerator and denominator), such as 1/2, -2/3, etc. This also includes whole numbers.
A set with no numbers in it; also called an empty set.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6...Any positive whole numberThe number 1 is greater than 0, it is also an integer
All whole numbers greater than 0 are also called the __:)__________ integers. positive
counting numbers, positive integers
Yes, by definition all positive integers are whole numbers.
They both exclude fractions and irrational numbers. Natural numbers are a subset of whole numbers (also called integers); Natural numbers are any positive whole number (meaning any whole number 1 or greater). Whole numbers, also called integers, can be zero or negative.
No. Positive numbers can be whole numbers but they can also be decimal numbers and fractions. If a value is a whole number, it does not have a fraction or decimal part and it is not negative. Whole numbers are also called natural numbers or counting numbers.
Whole numbers are integers greater than or equal to zero.
The opposites of whole numbers are also whole numbers: both sets are the set of integers.
Positive integers, (whole numbers) starting at 1
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