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Q: The opposite of whole

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if the opposite you are saying is the inverse, then the answer is no.

The set of whole numbers and their opposite is the same set.

What exactly do you mean when you say "the opposite of a whole number" . . .

They are a pair of opposite whole numbers. Except in the case of 0 whose additive opposite is itself and which does not have a mulitplicative opposite.

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The opposite concept of a piece (of something) would be the whole.

Synonym: leftovers so the opposite must be whole.

The opposite concept of a piece (of something) would be the whole.

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An Integer

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Apart from zero (which is its own opposite), the opposites of whole numbers are also whole numbers. You have the set of whole numbers which is also known as the set of integers.

It's opposite is a negative. :P

The opposite of an even number is an odd number.

No.

all numbers are whole numbers. anything from 0-infinity. a numbers opposite is its negative or positive. so 7's opposite is -7

They are 0 which is its own additive opposite. 0 does not have a multiplicative opposite.

I'm not sure

It would be 0, which is also its opposite.

technically speaking yes the opposite of 5 is -5

The answer depends on where opposite! Even if you could spell correctly, the answer would depend on whether you meant the additive opposite or the multiplicative opposite.

The square root of 16 is 4 which is a whole number.

They are bot whole numbers and, if not 0, they form a pair of additive inverses.

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The two sets are the same: the set of integers.