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Q: What are non negative integers called?

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Yes, the intersection of non-negative (positive) and non-positive (negative) integers is zero.

No. "Natural numbers" only refers to integers greater or equal to zero, that is, non-negative integers.

They are called integers. Fractions and decimals are NOT integers, even if it has a positive or negative sign.

Negative integers, zero and the positive integers, together form the set of integers.

A negative non integer is a number like -.5. It is a negative number but it is not an integer (integers are numbers like -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3)

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Non-positive integers are zero and the negative integers.

An integer is either positive (non-negative), or negative, or zero. There are no negative non-negative integers.

Yes, the intersection of non-negative (positive) and non-positive (negative) integers is zero.

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It is a universal set

They are called positive integers or whole numbers

A non-negative integer is a whole number above 0, and a negative integer is a whole number below 0.

They are simply positive integers

The set of non-negative integers includes zero: [0,1,2,3,4,...]. These are also called whole numbers. The set of positive integers does not include zero: [1,2,3,4...]. These are also called counting/natural numbers.

The sum of the first four non-negative, consecutive, even integers is 20.

The set of non-zero real numbers.

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