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Q: Two whole numbers than when subtracted give you ten?

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You get a positive subtracted number. A negative minus a positive number will always give a negative answer. And the answer will be more negative than either of the two numbers.

Natural numbers consist of the set of all whole numbers greater than zero.

because no numbers other than 1 and 11 divide into it to give a whole number.

When the whole numbers are negative.

the set of whole numbers less than 0

The reason why is that a fraction is a different numbering system than whole numbers. The "whole number" system is based on units of 100. But a fraction is only a part of a whole number, so in order to add or subtract you must make both fractions the same type of unit just like whole numbers. You cannot add 1/6 and 2/24 unless you have the same units...which in this case is 24. So, multiplying the six by 4 will give you 4/24, and now you can add the numerators together because they are in the same "family".

If you mean larger by "the set of whole numbers strictly contains the set of natural numbers", then yes, but if you mean "the set of whole numbers has a larger cardinality (size) than the set of natural numbers", then no, they have the same size.

Decimals occupy the spaces between whole numbers; they are bigger than some, and smaller than some others.

No, whole numbers are never irrational. There is nothing more rational than a whole number.

Numbers that are positive and whole. Natural numbers.

Yes, including 0. Whole numbers are the numbers that are: 0,1,2,3.. etc. :)

There are an infinite number of both fractions and whole numbers.

109 whole numbers greater than 9 and less than 999 are multiples of 9

The even whole numbers greater than 21 and less than 28 are: 22, 24 and 26

There is some disagreement whether the set of natural numbers includes zero. Other than that, they are the same as whole numbers.

157 is a prime number. It is not divisble by any whole integer other than 1 and itself.

There are 30 whole numbers that are odd numbers less than 60 which are also positive. Otherwise, there are infinitely many of them.

220 The numbers are 48,42,40,36,30,24

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the sum of two whole numbers is always greater than either addend* * * * *No.Consider:5 is a whole number-3 is a whole number.Their sum is 2, which is notgreater than one of the addends (5).

Infinitely more.

There are infinitely many whole numbers which are greater than 20.

If by "has more than two whole numbers" you mean more than two factors, the answer is all composite integers.

The whole numbers less than 10 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9.

Yes, by definition all positive integers are whole numbers.