Integers are closed under subtraction, meaning that any subtraction problem with integers has a solution in the set of integers.
integers are whole numbers, positive and negative. Zero is an integer
There is no such thing as "intergers".The complete list of two-digit positive whole numbers lists 90 of them.
integers are negative and poitive numbers you can multipy and divide poitive numbers but you can't divide negative numbers because you can't have negitve divded by a other number
If you allow decimals and fractions, there's no answer. If you're only interested in whole numbers ... the "counting " numbers ... then it's 136101522.
If you allow fractions and decimals, then there are an infinite number of them. If you only want to talk about whole numbers, then there are only nine of them.
All whole numbers are decimal numbers.
Whole numbers are a proper subset of decimal numbers. All whole numbers are decimal numbers but not all decimal numbers are whole numbers.
The set of rational numbers includes all whole numbers, so SOME rational numbers will also be whole number. But not all rational numbers are whole numbers. So, as a rule, no, rational numbers are not whole numbers.
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.