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## Closure Property

 Addition of Whole Numbers Addition of Integers Subtraction of Whole Numbers Subtraction of Integers Multiplication of Whole Numbers Multiplication of Integers Division of Whole Numbers Division of Integers

 Definition :- Closure Property explains whether the system of whole numbers/integers is closed or not closed, under different arithmetic operation (i.e addition, subtraction, multiplication and division ) Closure Property is further divided into following parts:- Closure Property for Addition of Whole numbers Closure Property for Addition of Integers Closure Property for Subtraction of Whole numbers Closure Property for Subtraction of Integers Closure Property for Multiplication of Whole numbers Closure Property for Multiplication of Integers Closure Property for Division of Whole numbers Closure Property for Division of Integers The detail discussion of these topics is provided in above links.

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