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How many natural numbers are in a set of numbers from -10 to 10 inclusive? Explain.

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  1. depends if your text includes zero as a natural number

    negative numbers are not natural numbers

    either 0 through 10 which is 11
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    one through 10, which is ten

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    posted by Damon
  2. Thanks!!! Sooooo... much!

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