Set of Non negative integers are denoted by -…

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Set of Non negative integers are denoted by …….

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Hadley 2 weeks 2021-10-08T05:38:15+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-10-08T05:39:27+00:00

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    Symbol. The symbol ℤ can be annotated to denote various sets, with varying usage amongst different authors: ℤ+, ℤ+ or ℤ> for the positive integers, ℤ0+ or ℤ≥ for non-negative integers, and ℤ≠ for non-zero integers. Some authors use ℤ* for non-zero integers, while others use it for non-negative integers, or for {–1, 1}.

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    2021-10-08T05:39:59+00:00

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    The symbol ℤ can be annotated to denote various sets, with varying usage amongst different authors: ℤ+, ℤ+ or ℤ> for the positive integers, ℤ0+ or ℤ≥ for non-negative integers, and ℤ≠ for non-zero integers

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