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1. The difference of two natural numbers is always an integer. 2. The quotient of two natural numbers is always a rational number 3. The sum of two natural numbers is always a natural number. 4. The ratio of two natural numbers is always positive 5. The product of two natural numbers is always a natural number. 6. The difference of two natural numbers is always a natural number. 7. The quotient of two natural numbers is always a natural number. Can someone help me figure this out?

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  1. anonymous
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    ℕ-numbers are numbers that count. By that I mean, numbers such as, 1, 2, 3, etc. (You may also know ℕ-numbers, as whole numbers.) ℤ-numbers, also known as integers, are like ℕ-numbers, but include, the negatives. According to the definitions I have given you, we are able to say that, question one is true.

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    6. 2-7=-5,not a natural number. 7. \[3\div 6=\frac{ 1 }{2 },\] not a natural number.

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