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If the two numbers are both whole numbers then yes

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Q: Is it true that the product of two numbers is a whole number?
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True or false Are all whole numbers are natural numbers?

It depends, many people do count 0 as a natural number, but MOST do not. So for most HS text book, the answer is NO, all whole numbers are not natural numbers and the reason is 0 is a whole number but not a natural number.

Are all counting number whole numbers?

Yes all counting numbers are whole numbers, but the reverse is not true (zero!)

The difference between two whole numbers is always a whole number?


Is the statement true if a number is not a natural number then it is not a whole number true?

That depends - unfortunately, "whole number" is ambiguous, and can mean different things to different people. If by "whole number" you mean "natural number", then both are of course the same. If you choose to include negative numbers in your definition of "whole number", i.e., whole numbers = integers, then the two sets are not the same, and the proposed statement is false.

When a whole number is multiplied by 4 the product will always be an even number?

Yes, that is true.

When you multiply a decimal by a whole number the number places in the product is the same as the number of decimal places in the decimal factor true or false?


Is every number either prime or composite?

No. It IS true that every whole number is either prime or composite. But there are numbers that are not whole numbers, such as 2.5, which are neither prime nor composite.

Is the whole number equal to the set of natural numbers true or false?

The is false. "the whole number" is a single number while "the set of natural numbers" is a set. A single number cannot be equal to a set.

What are two whole numbers whose product is 1500 and whose GCF is 10?

50 and 30

Is the product of a fraction less than 1 and a whole number greater than less than the whole number?

No, the statement is not necessarily true.

Is it true that every number has a 0.5 factor?

No because factors are whole numbers but every whole number except zero has 1 as a factor.

When you multiply two whole numbers the product is equal to or greater than either of the factors is this true or false?


Is the sum of two natural numbers always a natural number?

Yes. You know this is true because you learned a process-- an "algorithm"--for adding two numbers together, and if you start with two whole numbers, the result is also a whole number.

The product of two rational numbers is always a rational number?

Yes, that's true.

Do multiples and product means the same?

No. Each multiple of a number is a product, but the reverse is not true. A multiple of number N divides by N without remainder, the multiple is always the product of N times a whole number.

When you multiply a whole number by 10 what is always true about the ones place in the product?

its always the same

All negative numbers are integer true or false?

An integer is any whole number, so the answer would be true.

Is it true that no irrational numbers are whole numbers?

Yes, no irrational numbers are whole numbers.

Is it true that the product of two positive real numbers is always a positive real number?


Is Every whole number greater then 1 can be written as the sum of two prime numbers?


Is it true that every whole number greater than 1 be the sum of two prime numbers?


Is it true that all whole numbers are rational numbers?

Yes, it is true.

Is it true that when you multiply two natural numbers the product is never less than either of the two numbers?

Yes. Natural numbers are counting numbers, equal to or greater than 0. The only ways a product can be less than its multiplicands is when multiplying fractions by fractions or multiplying a positive number by a negative number.

True or false all integers are whole numbers?

An integer is by definition a whole number.

Mixed numbers combine fractions and percents?