Always. By definition the Integers are the whole numbers; and the whole numbers are the integers.
Yes normally they produce whole numbers or integers
Whole numbers are integers. Integers are whole numbers.
No. 0 and negative integers are whole numbers but they are not counting numbers.
No, not all rational numbers are integers. All integers are whole numbers, but a non-whole number can be rational if the numbers after the decimal point either 1. end or 2. repeat. So, sometimes rational numbers are integers, sometimes they're not. But all integers are rational numbers.
No. All whole numbers are integers and all integers are whole numbers.
Every whole number is automatically an integer.
No. Integers are always whole numbers
all number can be negative or positive. :) The term "whole numbers" is ambiguous; sometimes it is used for integers, sometimes only for non-negative integers. It is better to use the more precise terms "integers", "positive integers", "non-negative integers", depending on what you want to say. it is also false if your looking for this answer caue it could be like 0.3,0.5 there not whole numbers
Whole numbers are the same as integers. Whole numbers are a proper subset of rational numbers.
integers are whole numbers
No, integers are positive and negative whole numbers
Natural numbers are sometimes defined to include zero, sometimes not. Equivalent terms therefore may include: positive integers, non-negative integers, whole numbers, positive whole numbers ("whole number" is ambiguous; some take it to include negative numbers, some not).
The set of integers includes the set of whole numbers. The set of rational numbers includes the sets of whole numbers and integers.
Natural and whole numbers are, and integers are rational.
It is a tautology. All whole numbers are integers and all integers are whole numbers.
All whole numbers are integers.
What is the difference between integers and whole numbers?
Integers are whole numbers without decimals or fractions.
Always. "Whole number" and "integer" are two different names for the same thing.
The set of integers is the same as the set of whole numbers.
An integer is not always a whole number because whole numbers are numbers 0 and up. Integers are numbers above and below 0. (Including negatives.) So therefore, if an integer is a negative, it would not be a whole number. But a whole number is always an integer.
Whole numbers and integers is basically the same. Actually, this depends on the exact definition used for "whole numbers"; the term "integers" is unambiguous, and thus preferable.