There are eight nearest neighbours, and six next-nearest.
To the NEAREST whole number = 151 To the NEXT whole number = 152
The two whole numbers next to 28.02 are 28 (smaller than 28.02) and 29 (bigger). Since there are no whole numbers that are between 28 and 29, whichever is the nearer of these two must be the nearest. The distances from 28.02 t these numbers are: 28.02 - 28 = 0.02 and 29 - 28.02 = 0.98 The first of these is the smaller difference so 28 is the nearest whole number.
The next two square numbers after 30 are 36 and 49
The next integer after it or the integer before it.
5 The nearest whole number is 5. When rounding to the nearest whole number, if the number following the decimal point is less than 5, the whole number remains the same, If the number following the decimal point is greater than 5, the nearest whole number is the next whole number.
next highest whole number 13
6.54 would be 7. Any value greater than 0.51 in decimals should be rounded to the next whole number which is 7 in this case.
A whole number is a positive integer. Since 0, the place next to where you want to round, is less than 5, 5.05 to the nearest whole number is 5.
A whole number is a non-negative integer. Since 0, the place next to where you want to round, is less than 5, 0.039 to the nearest whole number is 0.
The numbers are the set of square numbers. Next in the list is 52 = 25.
It is 7. 0.5 to 0.9 more is rounded off to the next whole number
They are integers (whole numbers) that are NOT next to ane another in a counting sequence.
The immediate [next] superset is, trivially, the set of natural numbers which consists of the counting numbers and zero. The next significant superset is the set of integers: the counting numbers, their additive inverses (or negatives) and zero.
They are: 36 and 49
skip it and go to the next problem
The series of whole numbers increment by 1, so the next whole number after 100,000 is 100,001
It is: 25 that is the next square number
That simply means that there is no whole number which, when squared, gives you 48. Try it out - you'll quickly see that there there are two consecutive whole numbers, such that, if you square one you get LESS than 48, if you square the next one, you get MORE.
To have a whole number square root, the number is a perfect square. Thus the numbers will be the squares of multiples of 11. Thus the first number will be (1×11) × (1×11) = 11² = 121 The next candidate will be (2×11) × (2×11) = 22² = 484 The next possible candidate will be (3×11) × (3×11) = 33² = 1089 which is too large. Thus there are two multiples of 11 less than 1000 whose square roots are whole numbers, namely 121 (11²) and 484 (22²)
Since your decimal is higher than .500 you round up to the next whole number, in this case it is 20.
105 Because it is over a half or .5 it is rounded up to the next whole number.
The multiples of ten.
112 = 121 and 122 = 144.