No, negative numbers are not in the set of whole numbers.
No, whole numbers are defined as non-negative integers.
No. You can subtract two whole numbers and get a negative result. Whole numbers can't be negative.
Different whole numbers are always whole numbers, but I suspect you meant to ask about the difference between whole numbers. You can subtract two whole numbers and get a negative result. Whole numbers can't be negative.
Yes. ...-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3... are all whole numbers. Whole numbers are any numbers that aren't a fraction and that includes negative numbers.
Actually the set of integers is the same as the set of whole numbers since the whole numbers include negative whole numbers and zero.
6 is a whole number -47.03 is a negative number -179 is a negative whole number
Whole numbers can be positive or negative numbers. Numbers are whole as long as they have no fractins or decimals with them.
No. Whole numbers are counting numbers and zero.
When the whole numbers are negative.
Whole numbers are RATIONAL. That includes negative whole numbers.
They can be. For example, -3 is a negative whole number.
No. Natural numbers are a subset of whole numbers. Negative numbers are whole numbers but not natural.
No. 0 and negative integers are whole numbers but they are not counting 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. Negative integers are whole numbers but not natural.
No, integers are positive and negative whole numbers
Yes, when they are decimals, it is not considered a whole number.
Positive and negative whole numbers and zero are integers. Zero is neither negative or positive.
No. Negative whole numbers are not natural numbers.
Numbers with decimals can't be whole numbers.