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Q: Are every whole numbers also an integer?

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We looked on-line for definitions of "integer", and every one we found defined "integer" as meaning "whole number". So, yes.

An integer is a whole number without decimals or fractions and they are also rational numbers

"Integer" means whole numbers, such as 5, 3, or -2; "rational" means fractional numbers (with whole numbers for the numerator and denominator), such as 1/2, -2/3, etc. This also includes whole numbers.

No but every integer is a rational number and numbers that can be expressed as fractions are also rational numbers

No, a real number could also be a rational number, an integer, a whole number, or a natural number. Irrational numbers fall into the same category of real numbers, but every real number is not an irrational number.

No. There are several real numbers that are not rational (e.g. pi). However, every rational number is also a real number. In general, whole numbers/natural numbers is a subset of the integers (i.e. every whole number is an integer), the integers is a subset of the rationals, the rationals are a subset of the real numbers. I think the real numbers are a subset of the complex numbers, but I'm not 100% positive on that.

An integer is a whole number. As 3.166666 is clearly a decimal and not a whole number, it is also not an integer.

Whole numbers consist of numbers from 0 to infinity. 15 is included in this set which makes it a whole number. Side Note: 15 is also a counting #, integer, rational #, and a real #

Yes, a whole number is in fact an integer.... For an example, 4 is a whole number as well as a positive integer....

The term "whole number" is a bit ambiguous; some use it for positive integers, some use it for all integers.Integers include positive and negative numbers, and zero - any such number without digits after the decimal point.

The set of non-negative integers includes zero: [0,1,2,3,4,...]. These are also called whole numbers. The set of positive integers does not include zero: [1,2,3,4...]. These are also called counting/natural numbers.

Every integer can be expressed as a ratio of itself over 1. Also, any rational number that has a numerator that is divisible by the denominator is an integer. BUT all rational numbers are not integers.

it is simple an integer includes negative numbers including zero{-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3}.but whole number has all non-negative numbers also including zero. {0,1,2,3}

an integer is not a decimal or fraction in other words just a fancy name for a whole number negative whole numbers are also integers

Rational numbers are represented in the form of p/q , where p is an integer and q is not equal to 0.Every natural number, whole number and integer can be represented as rational number.For example take the case of integer -3, it can be represented in the form of p/q as -3/1 and q is not equal to zero, which means that rational numbers consist of counting numbers, whole numbers and integers.Now, what will be the result of product of any two rational numbers?Let us take the case of two rational numbers which are x/y & w/z, their product is equal toxw/yz, which is a rational number because multiplication of x and w results in an integer and also multiplication of y and z results in an integer which satisfies the property of rational numbers, which is in the form of p/q.So, product of any two rational numbers is a rational number.

No because natural numbers are positive whole numbers greater than 0

There are 8. Also, by definition factors must be whole numbers because otherwise every non-zero number is a factor of every number (including prime numbers).

Absolutely. Only fractions can be irrational, numerically speaking (people can also be irrational, but that's a different use of the word).

bit, int, numeric(8,0) depends on which database you are using

No, because the natural numbers or counting numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 ... etc. Integers also include negative numbers.

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A whole number is also an integer that has no fractions or decimals attached to it.

No. Integers are counting numbers, or whole numbers.Only squares of integers (e.g. 4, 9, 16, 25) can have integer roots.Square roots of numbers that are not squares of integers are also not rational numbers, because they have repeating or non-repeating decimal extensions.

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Whole numbers can be positive or negative numbers. Numbers are whole as long as they have no fractins or decimals with them.