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Surprised to know that 1 was the largest number here, Ted asked 13 about the smallest number. When it told him to ask 14 about the smallest number, he understood that it is impossible to find the smallest negative integer. To find 0, Ted went to its house with 13 and found it was empty.

After that Ted asked 13 about zero. He was shocked when it said that 0 was kidnapped by the positive integers and that its house has always been empty.
How is this even possible that 0 is not in the state of positive integers as well as negative integers?


  1. Because 0 doesn’t exist

  2. Because 0 isn’t an integer

  3. Because 0 is invisible

  4. Because 0 is neither positive nor negative integer


Solution

The correct option is D

Because 0 is neither positive nor negative integer


0 is neither positive nor negative integer.

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