Whole numbers are a proper subset of decimals.
rounding whole numbers and decimals
No because whole numbers are integers without decimals or fractions
Factors must be whole numbers, not decimals.
Whole numbers contain no fractional part as do decimals
No because whole numbers are integers that do not have decimals or fractions attached to them.
Decimals are real numbers. Furthermore, integers and whole numbers are the same thing.
Same rules as adding whole numbers with different signs.
Whole numbers are positive numbers and there are no fractions or decimals.
Decimals separate whole numbers from fractions.
Whole numbers can be positive or negative numbers. Numbers are whole as long as they have no fractins or decimals with them.
Whole numbers are integers that have no fractions or decimals.
Yes, when they are decimals, it is not considered a whole number.
Whole numbers are integers that do not include decimals or fractions as for example the whole numbers in the number line
Rational numbers. Whole numbers are numbers such as 1, 10, 25, etc.
Numbers with decimals can't be whole numbers.
Integers are whole numbers without decimals or fractions.
in dividing decimals you never get a remainder and in dividing whole numbers you do. +++ More to the point perhaps, you are working in powers of 10 all the time.
Decimals can't be whole numbers.
Whole numbers are numbers without fractions or decimals. Natural numbers are numbers you usually count with.
Fractions are a different form or decimals. They are both only in between whole numbers. Like 1/4 is .25 and these are both numbers in between 0 and 1
Multiples refer to whole numbers, not decimals.