Q: What is it called when a number without a faction or decimal?

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Yes a whole number is a number without a fraction or a decimal point.

It is a recurring decimal.

They are mixed fractions.

No. A whole number is a number with no fractional (decimal) part. Therefore a decimal number can not be a whole number. Another view: 35.0 is a whole number AND a decimal. The fact that a number is a decimal does not automatically require it to have a fractional part. Even 35 is a decimal number (without a decimal point).

you divide (with remaider) the top by the bottom number the decimal is the fraction and the whole number is the whole number :D simple Gr. 7 math lolz.

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A number without a decimal would be a number without a fraction - hence it would be a "whole number".

3.75 = 3 and 3/4 = 15/4

Yes a whole number is a number without a fraction or a decimal point.

It is the denominator and the top number is the numerator

It is a recurring decimal.

They are mixed fractions.

0.10, to the nearest whole number - ie without a decimal - is zero.

It is a terminating decimal.

The number to the left of a decimal point is the integer part or the whole-number part. The part of a decimal to the right of the decimal point is the fractional part. The decimal point is called the decimal separator.

No. It is decimal number. An integer is a number that can be written without a fractional or decimal component.

If a number has no decimal you can add a point zero zero at the end of that number.

The range of a single number - with or without a decimal - is zero.