Q: Is positive integers belong to natural numbers?

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Its a NEGATIVE number. A NEGATIVE INTEGER.

'0' is the only whole number that is not a counting number. Negative integers do not belong to whole numbers.

No. All natural numbers are whole, so they are rational. Irrational numbers like pi and the square root of 34 come in decimals.

9 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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Integers are all of the positive and negative whole numbers, and zero. Integers are not fractions or decimal numbers.Integers are the class of whole numbers, such as 21, 3, -45. Fractional or decimal numbers do not belong to this class.- 5 + 8 - (- 4)

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No. 0 is a numeral but does not belong to the set.