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Natural Numbers

The set of natural numbers, represented by the symbol is formed by all integers greater than 0.

The dots indicate that the numbers continue to increase by one unit at a time indefinitely. Therefore, this set contains infinitely many numbers. Natural numbers are also called counting numbers.

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