1 is the smallest whole number
There is no smallest integer, as the integers continue in the negative direction to infinity. The smallest nonnegative integer is 0 (zero).
Zero isn't the smallest number, if a number at all. Negative numbers such as -4 are smaller.
The smallest whole number is one.
If zero is added to a whole number the answer would be the whole number because zero is the same as nothing
Yes, by most definitions zero is a whole number
the answer is definitly 0 (zero)!
no its not a whole number!
The smallest number is zero. The largest number is 63.
That really depends what numbers you are considering.If you consider the set of natural numbers, starting with zero, then no: the smallest even number is zero.If you exclude zero, and start counting at 1, then yes, two is the smallest even number.If you consider the set of integers (i.e., both positive and negative whole numbers), then there is no smallest even number.
what is the smallest possible whole number of the digits 3,6,1,8
The smallest four digit whole number is 1000.
zero is the smallest even number (0)
The smallest number on the computer keyboard is zero (0)
"Smallest prime" would usually be taken as the number 2."Smallest whole number" is more problematic, since "whole number" may refer to any of the following:The set of integers (in this case, there is no smallest whole number)Natural numbers, including zero (0, 1, 2, 3...)Natural numbers, excluding zero (1, 2, 3, 4, ...)Even the term "natural numbers" may or may not include zero. Traditionally it doesn't include zero, but according to the Wikipedia article on natural numbers, "There is no universal agreement about whether to include zero in the set of natural numbers".Because of this ambiguity, it is better to avoid the use of the term "whole number", and instead use more specific terms, for example, "integers", "positive whole numbers" and "non-negative whole numbers".
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.
A decimal is a number out of a whole number that isn't zero or a fraction.
The smallest whole number is 1. (Also known as "one" or "unity".)0 (called "zero" or "nil") means "nothing exists" so 0 cannot ever be a real number.In other words 0 certainly cannot be the smallest whole number because it simply is not a real number of any kind.
The smallest 2 digit whole number is 10 The smallest 2 digit odd whole number is 11
Zero is both.