It mean the product of a given whole number and another whole number.
7675875870 itself is a whole number. A mean is an average, a single number is the mean or has no mean however you look at it.
What exactly do you mean when you say "the opposite of a whole number" . . .
A whole number is a number that has no fractions or decimal places attached to it. 21 is a whole number. 3.75 is not.
It means nothing because it is not a whole number.
If you mean the whole number, it is 3
The sum of any two whole numbers is a whole number.
How i can know a bearing number from bearing dimension.
If you mean 90% of the whole number then the number is 70 because 90% of 70 is 63
You incorporate the fractional remainder into the mean. The mean does not have to be a whole number.
Assuming you mean rounded to a whole number the answer is zero (0)
It means that the whole number can be divided by aanother whole number without a reminder
A line over a whole number means that number repeats for an infinite number of times.
you mean is a whole number a rational number? and yes it is and rational number. Any number that can be put in a fraction is a rational number
Hey first try to be clear. What do you mean? The first whole number is 0.
A Betti number is a number associated to each topological space and dimension, giving an approximate number of holes of that dimension in that space.
It is a number of inches where that number is an integer.
If you mean 21517 then it is an integer because it is a whole number. If you mean 2.1517 then it is not an integer because it is not a whole number.
Yes. All whole number, integer and natural number and even fractions and decimals are rational numbers
a dimension is lengh, width, and height
eIt depends on what you mean. The fourth dimension can mean time. It's quite obvious who discovered time... If you mean the fourth spatial dimension, then the reality is that nobody has discovered it. It's rather an abstract mathematical concept. There might be parallel universes that have four (or any other number, for that matter) of dimensions, but that's another story entirely.
they brought a whole new dimension to aeronautical combat
Dimension is = the number of variables used in the equation
The nearest whole number to 72 is 72. Or perhaps you mean, 71 and 73.
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.