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anonymous
 one year ago
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?
anonymous
 one year ago
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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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0ℕnumbers are numbers that count. By that I mean, numbers such as, 1, 2, 3, etc. (You may also know ℕnumbers, as whole numbers.) ℤnumbers, also known as integers, are like ℕnumbers, but include, the negatives. According to the definitions I have given you, we are able to say that, question one is true.

anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.06. 27=5,not a natural number. 7. \[3\div 6=\frac{ 1 }{2 },\] not a natural number.
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