The video described here from [free math tutoring Freemathtutoring] teaches how to plot natural number on a number line in different situations. First, the author defines natural numbers, integers and real numbers. He then teaches different methods on how to plot natural numbers on a number line. The most important fact to remember is that natural numbers are greater than 0; they do not include negative numbers. Like wise, he explains different situations to plot natural numbers on a number line. So, if anyone has difficulty in understanding natural numbers and how to plot them on a number line, he/she must watch this video.
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