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Whole Numbers

Concept

Whole Numbers

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

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.