They are called rational numbers. The set of rational numbers contains the opposites of its members.
The opposites of whole numbers are also whole numbers: both sets are the set of integers.
All numbers have opposites that are the same as their absolute values.
The set of numbers that include the natural numbers, their opposites and 0 is called the set of integers.
numbers that are not the whole numbers and their opposites
The set of whole number and their opposites is simply the set of whole numbers!
The set of integers (ℤ) is the set of the positive whole numbers and their additive opposites (the negative whole numbers).
describe the whole numbers
A zero pair
The answer depends on what is meant by "their opposites". If you mean additive opposites then the set is of all non-zero integers.
These are the integers.
These are known as integers.
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.
"Opposites" cannot mean additive opposites since, by definition, their sum must be 0. So "opposites" is likely to mean multiplicative opposites. This gives the equation x + 1/x = 100 Then the two numbers are 0.010010 and 99.989999 to 6 dp.
Integers are whole numbers without decimals or fractions.
In algebra, opposites are two numbers on opposite sides of zero. so 3 and -3 are opposite numbers because they are both 3 spaces away from 0.