The set of whole numbers and their opposite is the same set.
The two sets are the same: the set of integers.
if the opposite you are saying is the inverse, then the answer is no.
What exactly do you mean when you say "the opposite of a whole number" . . .
Apart from zero (which is its own opposite), the opposites of whole numbers are also whole numbers. You have the set of whole numbers which is also known as the set of integers.
Together, they make up Z, the set of all integers.
The opposite of an even number is an odd number.
It's opposite is a negative. :P
0 is the only number which is in the set of whole number but not in the natural number
They are a pair of opposite whole numbers. Except in the case of 0 whose additive opposite is itself and which does not have a mulitplicative opposite.
null set, cardinality set
It is the maximum of that set.
The set of whole number and their opposites is simply the set of whole numbers!
The square root of 16 is 4 which is a whole number.
technically speaking yes the opposite of 5 is -5
No, the set of natural numbers is a proper subset of the set of whole numbers.
Yes, 15 is a whole number.
The set of rational numbers is the union of the set of fractional numbers and the set of whole numbers.
The is false. "the whole number" is a single number while "the set of natural numbers" is a set. A single number cannot be equal to a set.
You may be reaching for "fraction".
The set of Whole numbers includes the set of counting numbers and Zero.
It would be 0, which is also its opposite.