Q: What is a set of all whole numbers and their opposite called what?

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Yes, by definition all positive integers are whole numbers.

It is called a whole consecutive number.

Whole numbers are a proper subset of decimal numbers. All whole numbers are decimal numbers but not all decimal numbers are whole numbers.

Yes all whole numbers are integers

All whole numbers are rational numbers because they can be expressed as a fraction of integers.

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

The set of all whole numbers and their opposites are

An integer. Integers are all of the whole numbers, all of the negative whole numbers, and zero.

Assuming that you mean opposites (rather than oppisites), the answer will depend on what kind of opposites: additive opposites or multiplicative opposites.In the first case you have the same set as you started with: whole numbers.In the second, you will have the set that consists of the union ofall whole numbers,all unit fractions between -1 and +1. But, you have a problem with zero: its multiplicative opposite is not defined.

Yes, by definition all positive integers are whole numbers.

All whole numbers greater than 0 are also called the __:)__________ integers. positive

It is called a whole consecutive number.

No. None are because the opposite of a real number is an imaginary number. In real numbers there are rational, irrational, counting, whole numbers, and integers.

All whole numbers are decimal numbers.

No. All whole numbers are integers and all integers are whole numbers.

Yes, this is called their prime factorization.

Whole numbers are a proper subset of decimal numbers. All whole numbers are decimal numbers but not all decimal numbers are whole numbers.