Natural numbers from 1 to 100 is a set of the first 100 natural numbers, with 1 as the natural number and 100 as the largest one. Natural numbers being part of the number system includes all the positive integers from 1 to infinity. These are also called counting numbers as they do not include zero or negative numbers. The set of natural numbers is a classification under the bigger set of real numbers including only the positive integers, but not zero, fractions, decimals, and negative numbers.

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In this article, let's learn natural numbers from 1 to 100 and find their sum with formula and solved examples.

1. | Natural Numbers 1 to 100 Chart |

2. | Sum of Natural Numbers 1 to 100 |

3. | Examples of Natural Numbers from 1 to 100 |

4. | Practice Questions on Natural Numbers from 1 to 100 |

5. | FAQs on Natural Numbers from 1 to 100 |

## Natural Numbers 1 to 100 Chart

A chart of natural numbers 1 to 100 will help you to list down all the natural from 1 to 100. So, 100 is the last natural number in the list of natural numbers from 1 to 100. This is made with the help of a simple formula in which we add 1 to the previous number to obtain the next number. In other words, these are all consecutive numbers starting from 1 till 100. 1 is the smallest natural number in the list.

## Sum of Natural Numbers 1 to 100

The natural numbers from 1 to 100 can be written as 1, 2, 3, 4,5…….100 is an arithmetic progression (A.P). The sum of all natural numbers 1 to 100 can be calculated using the formula, S= n/2<2a + (n − 1) × d>, where n is the total number of natural numbers from 1 to 100, d is the difference between the two consecutive terms, and a is the first term. There are a total of 100 natural numbers, so n = 100.

Thus, a = 1, d = 1 and n = 100

Let's calculate the sum of the natural numbers 1 to 100

The sum of an A.P,

S = n/2<2a + (n − 1) × d>

S = 100/2<2 + (100 – 1) × 1>

S = 50 <2 + 99>

**S = 5050**

Therefore, the sum of natural numbers from 1 to 100 is 5050.

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