rounding whole numbers and decimals
Whole numbers are a proper subset of decimals.
Factors must be whole numbers, not decimals.
No because whole numbers are integers without decimals or fractions
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.
Anything between 16.5 and 17.49
Decimals are real numbers. Furthermore, integers and whole numbers are the same thing.
Decimals separate whole numbers from fractions.
Whole numbers are positive numbers and there are no fractions or decimals.
Whole numbers are integers that have no fractions or decimals.
One way they are different is that decimals are "parts of a whole" not necessarily a whole.
Yes, when they are decimals, it is not considered a whole number.
Multiples refer to whole numbers, not decimals.
Whole numbers can be positive or negative numbers. Numbers are whole as long as they have no fractins or decimals with them.
Decimals can't be whole numbers.
A number with decimals (digits after the decimal point) is not equal to ANY whole number. You can round it to the nearest whole number, if you like - that's the closest you can get.
Integers or whole numbers
No because they are whole numbers
Numbers with decimals can't be whole numbers.
Integers are whole numbers without decimals or fractions.