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The set of positive integers greater than zero consists of a set of even integers and a set of odd integers. The set of even integers greater than zero complements (“completes”) the set of odd integers greater than zero by completing the set of all integers greater than zero, if positive means strictly positive and excludes zero.

But zero may be regarded as a positive integer because it is not negative. In this case, the complement would be the set of even positive integers.

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