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Concept

# Whole Numbers

The set of whole numbers, represented by the symbol $\mathbb{W},$ is formed by all integers greater than or equal to $0.$ The set contains infinitely many numbers and is usually described in the following way.

$\mathbb{W}=\{0,1,2,3\ldots \}$

The dots indicate that the set continues to increase by one step at a time indefinitely. Sometimes, depending on the field of mathematics, natural numbers are defined in the same way as whole numbers are defined here.