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www.sparknotes.com/math/prealgebra/integersandrationals/section2

For example, -5 is an integer but not a whole number or a natural number. Rational Numbers. The rational numbers include all the integers, plus all fractions, or ...

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Then come the "integers", which are zero, the natural numbers, and the ... can be written as terminating (ending) or repeating decimals; for example, 0.5 = 1 2 ... non-...

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Dec 13, 2020 ... The set of natural numbers is one of the most important sets in ... as the positive ( or non-negative) integers Z≥0. ... This is one example: ...

www.chilimath.com/lessons/introductory-algebra/classifying-real-numbers

Example 5: Every natural number is a whole number, integer, and a rational ... The decimal number is non-terminating and non-repeating which makes this ...

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(Note: a few textbooks disagree and say the natural numbers include 0.) The sum of any two natural numbers is also a natural number (for example, 4+2000= ...

Review whole numbers, integers, rational, and irrational numbers. Then ... Examples of whole numbers: ... The natural numbers are all whole numbers, excepting 0. ... Negative Non...

www.mathwarehouse.com/dictionary/I-words/integers.php

An integer is a number that can be expressed as a whole number. In technical math jargon, the integers are the natural numbers {0, 1, 2...} their negatives and ...

ptfaculty.gordonstate.edu/kellym1/SETS%20OF%20NUMBERS%5B1%5D.pdf

It is a non-repeating, non-terminating decimal. One big example of irrational numbers is roots of numbers that are not perfect roots - for example or . 17 is not a ...

www.techborder.com/education/math/IntMath/Volume_B/Chapter_2/mainpage.htm

For example, an empty bag has 0 objects in it. Zero is a new number to be " attached" to the set of natural numbers. The set N0 of non-negative integers is the union&nbs...

www.mathgoodies.com/articles/numbers

The positive integers, 1, 2, 3..., are called the natural numbers or counting numbers. ... They are a subset of irrational numbers examples of which are Pi = 3.14159... and ... r...