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Whole Numbers

Difference Whole Numbers & Integers Difference Whole & Natural Numbers Difference Integers, Whole & Natural Numbers

Definition
The numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,.... and so on..... all are called Whole Numbers.
In other words, if we include ZERO in natural numbers, then they will be known as Whole Numbers.
For example = 0, 34, 90322, 90, 9, 34, 895 all are whole numbers

The only difference between natural numbers and whole number is of ZERO.

Note. Negative numbers like -12, -1939, are not whole numbers.

Following are some more examples on Natural Numbers.

Example 1 = From the given series of numbers, find whole numbers.
Given series = 23, 0, 55, 890, 34, -45, -33, 323
Answer = From the given series pick and separate negative numbers and we get
Whole Numbers = 23, 0, 55, 890, 34, 323

Example 2 = From the given series of numbers, find whole numbers.
Given series = 4, (0.43), 45, 900, -9, 0, -47
Answer = From the given series pick and separate negative numbers and decimal numbers and we get
Whole Numbers = 4, 45, 900, 0.

Example 3 = From the given series of numbers, find whole numbers.
Given series = 43, 4/5, 0, (0.987), 20, -67, -7, 2
Answer = From the given series pick and separate negative numbers, fractional numbers and decimal numbers and we get
Whole Numbers = 43, 0, 20, 2.




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