The sequence of whole numbers goes on and on and on - there is no last whole number. The set of whole numbers is thus infinite.
All whole numbers are rational so there are infinitely many rational numbers that are whole numbers.
there are 899 whole numbers that have three digits.
There are 10 whole numbers in 10 to 19.
there are 89 twodigits in whole numbers
Using 1, 2, and 3, you can make 27 whole numbers.
Both 10 and 1000 are individual whole numbers.
7, 8 and 9 are whole numbers.
Excluding 259 and 272 there are 11 whole numbers
(10-2)-1 = 7 whole numbers
Depending on how you look at it, there are either 99 or 100 whole numbers up to 100. If you mean up to and including 100, then the answer is 100 whole numbers, if not, then the answer is 99 whole numbers.
450 whole numbers.
There are 30 whole numbers that are odd numbers less than 60 which are also positive. Otherwise, there are infinitely many of them.
The set of rational numbers includes all whole numbers, so SOME rational numbers will also be whole number. But not all rational numbers are whole numbers. So, as a rule, no, rational numbers are not whole numbers.
Whole numbers are a proper subset of decimal numbers. All whole numbers are decimal numbers but not all decimal numbers are whole numbers.
Different whole numbers are always whole numbers, but I suspect you meant to ask about the difference between whole numbers. You can subtract two whole numbers and get a negative result. Whole numbers can't be negative.
Those four numbers are all whole numbers.
Whole numbers are integers. Integers are whole numbers.
Whole numbers can be positive or negative numbers. Numbers are whole as long as they have no fractins or decimals with them.
No. Natural numbers are a subset of whole numbers. Negative numbers are whole numbers but not natural.
Whole numbers are the same as integers. Whole numbers are a proper subset of rational numbers.
Whole numbers, composite numbers, odd numbers, numbers divisible by 3, and many more.
Only 5 whole numbers:6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.