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posted by April .
What would make this statements False.
The opposite of each natural number is a natural number.
There is no whole number that has an opposite that is a whole number.

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Algebra II 
April
What would make this statements False.
The opposite of each natural number is a natural number.
There is no whole number that has an opposite that is a whole number.
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