Q: Integer that is not a whole number?

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For any integer, there is a whole number that is bigger, and for any whole number, there is a integer that is bigger.

There is no such number: every whole number is an integer.

a negative integer

An integer is not always a whole number because whole numbers are numbers 0 and up. Integers are numbers above and below 0. (Including negatives.) So therefore, if an integer is a negative, it would not be a whole number. But a whole number is always an integer.

No, -8.5 is not an integer. An integer is a number without any fractions.

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An integer is a whole number.

For any integer, there is a whole number that is bigger, and for any whole number, there is a integer that is bigger.

There is no such number: every whole number is an integer.

A whole number is the same thing as an integer. 5.4 is a decimal number, so it is not a whole number or an integer.

No, an integer is a whole number, 53.11 is not a whole number. Thus, 53.11 is not an integer.

Yes.Yes. The definition of integer is basically 'a whole number.'

An integer and a whole number are the same, by definition.

No. An integer is the same as a whole number.

It can be written as a fraction, so it is rational. It is not an integer, whole number or irrational.

An integer is a whole number. As 3.166666 is clearly a decimal and not a whole number, it is also not an integer.

An integer is a whole number, not a fraction and three is a whole number

How about zero = 0 which is an integer but not a whole number