Q: Are fractions a natural number

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2.5 is not a natural number. as rational numbers are divided into Integers and Fractions 2.5=5/2 which is a fraction

Natural numbers must not contain negative numbers or fractions. Therefore, the square root of 3 = 1.73205080757 is not a natural number

any integer (the counting numbers)

Integer: Negative numbers, zero, positive numbers. NO fractions/decimals Natural: Positive numbers. NO zero, negative numbers, fractions/decimals. Whole number: Positive numbers, zero. NO negative numbers, fractions/decimals. Therefore, a natural, rational, whole integer, would be: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, ...

Yes. Natural numbers are counting numbers, equal to or greater than 0. The only ways a product can be less than its multiplicands is when multiplying fractions by fractions or multiplying a positive number by a negative number.

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No. Natural numbers are integers, no decimals, no fractions.

No. The set of natural numbers does not include fractions.

yes, no fractions or decimals

No - the ONLY natural number which has a reciprocal which is also a natural number is "1". All the other reciprocals of natural numbers will be fractions that are less than 1.

No - whole numbers only, no negatives, no fractions

2.5 is not a natural number. as rational numbers are divided into Integers and Fractions 2.5=5/2 which is a fraction

Natural numbers must not contain negative numbers or fractions. Therefore, the square root of 3 = 1.73205080757 is not a natural number

any integer (the counting numbers)

Integer: Negative numbers, zero, positive numbers. NO fractions/decimals Natural: Positive numbers. NO zero, negative numbers, fractions/decimals. Whole number: Positive numbers, zero. NO negative numbers, fractions/decimals. Therefore, a natural, rational, whole integer, would be: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, ...

Whole numbers are all of the simple natural numbers like 1, 2, 3, 4, etc., and do not include fractions, negative numbers, or zero.A number without fractions; an integer.

Yes. All whole number, integer and natural number and even fractions and decimals are rational numbers

Numbers, including fractions, don't have units. It doesn't matter whether the number is positive, negative, exponential, rational, transcendental, mixed, imaginary, natural, or a fraction. The unit is always written after the number.