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## Question: Define whole numbers in algebra

Reply On: 2013-10-08

# Mjay Jollay

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## ANS: Define whole numbers in algebra

We have seen that in the set of natural number N, there exists an element 1 N such that 1.m = m.1 = m, ∀ m N and that there does not exist any number (say) 0 N such that

m + 0 = 0 + m = m, (1)

So we extend N to a system W which we define as

W = {0, 1, 2, 3, …….}.

Where 0 W satisfies

0 + m = m + 0 = m ∀ m W. (2)

It is easy to say that properties, which are satisfied by N, are also satisfied by W along with the property (1), except that in the multiplicative cancellation law, where p > 0.

Also 0 W has the property that

0.m = m.0 = 0 ∀ m W.

m + 0 = 0 + m = m, (1)

So we extend N to a system W which we define as

W = {0, 1, 2, 3, …….}.

Where 0 W satisfies

0 + m = m + 0 = m ∀ m W. (2)

It is easy to say that properties, which are satisfied by N, are also satisfied by W along with the property (1), except that in the multiplicative cancellation law, where p > 0.

Also 0 W has the property that

0.m = m.0 = 0 ∀ m W.

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