It depends. Some authors consider "Whole Numbers" to be the positive integers, some consider them to be the non-negative integers, and some consider them to be all integers.
For the first two definitions, numbers like -3 would not be considered "whole numbers".
With the last definition, negative numbers like -3 would be considered a "whole number".
No, integers are positive and negative whole numbers
Integers can be negative or positive numbers providing that they are whole numbers without decimals or fractions.
Integers can be negative.
No, whole numbers are defined as non-negative integers.
Actually the set of integers is the same as the set of whole numbers since the whole numbers include negative whole numbers and zero.
No, because integers are whole numbers
No, integers are either positive or negative whole numbers.
No; integers are whole numbers.
Only whole numbers are integers, whether negative or positive.
No. Negative integers are whole numbers but not natural.
No because integers are only whole numbers
Whole numbers are positive numbers from zero to infinity. Integers are both positive and negative numbers. So whole numbers and integers have positive numbers in common, but only integers have negative numbers. Both have zero, and both have no fractions.
an infinite number. integers are all whole numbers, negative numbers and positive numbers.
They would be the negative numbers since whole numbers include 0 and positive numbers but not negative numbers unlike the integer group. So simply think of 8 integers that are negative.
No. 0 and negative integers are whole numbers but they are not counting numbers.
That can refer either to integers, or only to non-negative integers - basically, the counting numbers. (Integers includes negative numbers.) Since "whole numbers" has this ambiguity, it's best to avoid this term. The following is the answer.
There is no single commonly accepted definition for "whole numbers". Depending on the definition used, zero, as well as negative integers (like -1, -2, etc.) may, or may not, be considered part of the "whole numbers".
Negative integers are whole numbers less than 0
If you interpret "whole numbers" as "integers", then yes. If you interpret "whole numbers" as "non-negative integers", then no.
Whole numbers are called integers. There are positive integers, for example, 3, and its opposite, a negative integer, -3.