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> Zero is not a Natural Number because it is not a counting number, and infact > was developed at a later time. (Or]]>Oct 21, 2001 7:37:23 PMMay 5, 2008 11:27:34 AM1Re: Whole, Natural, & Counting Numbers?
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make a distinction between the Natural numbers and the Whole numbers,]]>Nov 4, 2001 12:11:15 AMNov 4, 2001 12:11:15 AMcmcgin1758@home.com0Re: Natural/Counting Numbers vs. Whole Numbers
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ÃÂNaturalÃÂ numbers and ÃÂCountingÃÂ numbers are the same. However, ÃÂWholeÃÂ Numbers are not the same. Whole]]>Oct 10, 2001 9:16:22 AMOct 10, 2001 9:16:22 AMwalkerm2@odc.edu0Re: Whole, Natural, & Counting Numbers?
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> > The Natural ( or Counting ) Numbers are the first numbers you learn. They > are]]>Oct 1, 2001 9:10:52 PMOct 1, 2001 9:10:52 PMalexb@cut-the-knot.com0Re: Whole, Natural, & Counting Numbers?
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are sometimes called the counting numbers because they are the numbers]]>Oct 1, 2001 5:45:03 PMOct 1, 2001 5:45:03 PMcmcgin1758@home.com3Whole, Natural, & Counting Numbers?
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I have one more question about our number system.

It is my understanding that "Natural" numbers and "Counting" numbers]]>Sep 30, 2001 5:15:01 PMSep 30, 2001 5:15:01 PMcassieweed@aol.com5