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2015-08-28T09:22:25+05:30

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No, every real number can't be a natural number; Natural numbers include all counting numbers- from 1 to infinite.Real numbers include everything even decimals, fractions and negative numbers. Natural numbers are all positive and whole.
For instance, 0 is a real number but not a natural number.

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2015-08-28T11:47:16+05:30

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No, every real number is not a natural number but every natural number is a real number. Real numbers include whole numbers, integers, rational numbers and irrational numbers. But natural numbers start from 1 and end up to infinity. Whole numbers start from 0 and end up to infinity. Integers include negative numbers as well as positive numbers.
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