The natural numbers are the nonnegative integers; that is, numbers. N D f0; 1; 2; 3; : : :g: Use the concept of natural numbers to create definitions for the following relations about integers: less than (), and greater than or equal to (). Note: Many authors define the natural numbers to be just the positive integers; for them, zero is not a natural number. To me, this seems unnatural . The concepts positive integers and nonnegative integers are unambiguous and universally recognized among mathematicians. The term natural number, however, is not 100% standardized.

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