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A [[real number]] is called '''nonnegative''' if it is greater than or equal to [[zero (constant)|zero]].
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A [[real number]] is called '''nonnegative''' if it is greater than or equal to [[zero (constant)|zero]]. Basically, a nonnegative number is not negative.  
  
 
Note that nonnegative is not the same as positive, since the term nonnegative also includes the number 0.
 
Note that nonnegative is not the same as positive, since the term nonnegative also includes the number 0.
 
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A real number is called nonnegative if it is greater than or equal to zero. Basically, a nonnegative number is not negative.

Note that nonnegative is not the same as positive, since the term nonnegative also includes the number 0.

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