There is no such number: every whole number is an integer.
No, but every whole is a integer. integers are - and +. whole number are only +.
Every whole number is an integer, including negative numbers.
Neither. Both of the go on for ever. For every whole number there is a bigger integer and for every integer there is a bigger whole number.
Yes. The definition of an integer is a whole number.
Yes, it is true that every whole number is an integer.
Every whole number IS an integer so the question is misguided.
Yes, but not every integer is a whole number. (Negative integers are not whole numbers.)
There is no such number since every integer is a whole number.
Yes, it is.
No, for example -12. All negative integers are not whole numbers. Note that 12 IS a whole number, and every integer is either a whole number or the additive inverse of a whole number.
Every whole number or integer has 1 as a factor.
That is how whole numbers are defined.
They are not "ingerts"! Every whole number is an integer (and conversely) because that is how they are defined.
Yes. Every whole number and every whole negative number and zero are all integers.
Yes, every whole number is an integer. Whole Numbers: 0, 1, 2, 3, ... Integers: ..., -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ... Every whole number is in the set of integers. However an integer is not necessarily a whole number, as whole numbers do not include negative numbers.
0 is a whole, integer, and rational number. O is whole number because a whole number is every positive number
All whole numbers are rational.
Yes.Yes. The definition of integer is basically 'a whole number.'
Every whole number is automatically an integer.
every whole number is an integer. any fractions or decimals like, 1/2 or .5 is NOT an integer. 6 or -341 IS an integer.
An integer is a whole number.
Yes. Every negative integer.