What is the difference between positive integers and non-negative integers?

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The difference between the positive and non positive integers is that the non negative integers positive integers includes natural numbers starting from 1,2,3 €¦. And so on while non negative integer involves natural numbers starting from 0, 1, 2.. and so on.
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According to the basic concepts of mathematics, there is absolutely no difference between a positive number and a non negative number. A positive number is one that is greater than zero or equivalent to zero while a non-negative number is a number that is greater than zero or equivalent to zero.
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