Whole number palindromes between 10 and 40 are: 11, 22, 33 There are, in theory, an infinite number of palindromic decimal numbers in between - but just three palindromic integers.
X does not exist.
There is no whole number between 5 and 6.
It is replacing the number by the whole number such that the difference between the number and that whole number is the smallest that it can be.
It does not exist as a whole number. Whole numbers are 0, 1, 2, 3, etc.
No. If it is an integer then it is a whole number.
There is no smallest whole number. Assume that k is the smallest whole number.Consider (k-1).It is smaller than k and it is a whole number.This contradicts the assumption that k is the smallest whole number.Such a number does not exist.
0.3 is not a whole number and 3.0 is a whole number
Yah it's a whole number... Because according to the definition of whole number. Whole numbers are those numbers who lies between 0 to infinity. And if we observe the number line. 0.9 will be between 0-1 so.. It's a Whole number....
Elements exist as isotopes in nature. So their atomic weight is not a whole number.
31 is, itself, a whole number. One whole number cannot fall between two consecutive whole numbers.