Yes, the difference between two even numbers is always an even number.
Yes, it is.
No. If the two numbers are integers, then on average, only about half the number of times.For example, the difference between 1 and 4 is 3.
The different between two different odd numbers are always an even number
Yes, the difference of two whole numbers is always a whole number.
The question cannot be answered because it is nonsensical. The difference between two rational numbers is very very rarely a whole number.
No, it is not always so.
No. 5 and 2 are real numbers. Their difference, 3, is a rational number.
Difference of two whole number is not always a whole number.For any two whole numbers a & b, a - b = whole number only when a is greater than or equal to b.* * * * *Wrong!Even if a is less than b, the difference is still a whole number. Whole numbers can be negative.So the correct answer to the question is "YES".
The difference between two numbers is the second number subtracted from the first number.For example:The difference between 15 and 6 is 915-6=9
If you are talking about integers on the number line, the answer is 1. If you are talking about real numbers, then there is always a real number between every other two, so you can't really talk about the difference.
The difference is 2. (23 - 21 = 2).If we are talking about two odd numbers that come right after the number 20 then we mean the two consecutive odd numbers after 20.The difference between any consecutive odd numbers (or between any consecutive even numbers) is always 2.
No. The difference can be a negative integer which is not a natural number.
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.
In a set of numbers, the difference between the greatest and the least is called the range.
Yes, it is.
A natural number is a number which is positive and a whole number. whole numbers can be also negative.
The difference is that all whole numbers are decimal numbers, but not all decimal numbers are whole numbers. For example a whole number such as 1 is a decimal number but a decimal number such as 1.5 is not a whole number.
The difference is an even number.
A complex number is any number that is in the real/imaginary plane; this includes pure reals and pure imaginaries. The difference between two numbers inside this plane is never outside this plane; therefore, yes, the difference between two complex numbers is always a complex number. However, the difference between two numbers that are neither purely imaginary nor purely real is not always necessarily a number that is neither purely imaginary nor purely real. Take x+yi and z+yi for instance, where x, y, and z are all real: (x+yi)-(z+yi)=x+yi-z-yi=x-z. Since x and z are both real numbers, x-z is a real number.
Yes. Google Cauchy's proof.
11 and 7 have a difference of 4.