No, prime numbers refer to whole numbers, not decimals.
They cannot be integers or whole numbers; but they can be numbers with decimals. There are many possibilities; if the numbers are the same, then that is the square root of 10000000 which is 3162.277666...repeating. Those same numbers multiplied together = 10000000. If numbers are different, there are other combinations, all involving decimals
All terminating decimal numbers are rational.
Yes, prime numbers are not only whole numbers. Just because you divide a smaller number with a bigger number that really means that all decimal numbers are composite numbers. say 3-1 was a problem. 3 to the negative 1st power is 1/3 to the first power. any decimal is composite. decimals can go on and on and on...... I hope this helps :)
A rational number can be expressed exactly by a fraction, with whole numbers in the numerator and denominator; an irrational number is one that can't be written that way. For example, it is easy to prove that you can't write the square root of 2 (or, for that matter, the square root of any natural number that isn't a perfect square), so those numbers are irrational. In the decimal representation, a rational number can have no decimals (e.g., 4), a finite number of decimals (e.g., 3.15), or decimals that eventually repeat over and over again (e.g., 3.12727272727...). An irrational number has an infinite number of decimals, without such a repetition.
Is the rounding is skidding
In whole numbers, rounding to the nearest ten is better. And in decimals, rounding to the nearest hundreth is more accurate.
Whole numbers are a proper subset of 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.
Yes if the number includes decimals
Decimals are real numbers. Furthermore, integers and whole numbers are the same thing.
Decimals separate whole numbers from fractions.