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$\mathbb{N}$: natural numbers are $\{1;~2;~3;~\ldots\}$. Why is zero not a natural number?
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Zero is not a natural number because it lacks the positive value property that is characteristic of all natural numbers. Zero has neither a positive or negative value.
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Zero is not a counting number

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