Q: Is 0 a natural number

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all the whole numbers including zero(0) are called natural numbers. 0 is the smallest natural number and the greatest number is unknown because natural numbers are endless .

No because natural number are positive whole numbers greater than 0

No because natural number are whole numbers greater than 0

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A natural number is any integer (whole number) that is greater than 0 (although sometimes, 0 is also included). So 1, 5 and 8,748,728,427,817 are natural numbers but -1, 3.5 and 4/3 are not. Non-natural numbers are any numbers that are not natural numbers such as those listed above.

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Any natural number and 0

Depending on your definition of a natural number, 0 may or may not be a natural number. If you don't think 0 is a natural number, then it will be the only non-natural number that is whole.

As we know that natural number are generally counting number.So "0" is not natural number.

there is a zero in a natural number.

0 is whole no but not a natural no.

Yes it is considered as a natural number.

0 is a natural number, as well as every number above 0.

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It depends on what you consider a natural number. If you consider it to be the set of all integers starting from 1 and going upward, then no, 0 is not a natural number.However, if you consider a natural number to be the set of all non-negative integers, then 0 is included in the set of natural numbers.

No. 1 does not have a predecessor: 0 is not a natural number.

all the whole numbers including zero(0) are called natural numbers. 0 is the smallest natural number and the greatest number is unknown because natural numbers are endless .