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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 of

- all whole numbers,
- all unit fractions between -1 and +1. But, you have a problem with zero: its multiplicative opposite is not defined.

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The set of whole number and their opposites is simply the set of whole numbers!

The opposites of whole numbers are also whole numbers: both sets are the set of integers.

The set of integers (ℤ) is the set of the positive whole numbers and their additive opposites (the negative whole numbers).

That is called the set of "integers".

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.

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Integer

The set of whole numbers includes all their additive opposites. So the set is the same as the one you started with.

They are called rational numbers. The set of rational numbers contains the opposites of its members.

The set of numbers that include the natural numbers, their opposites and 0 is called the set of integers.

INTEGERS

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.

integers

The set of all real numbers is one possible answer.

It would be an integer (positive or negative whole number).

A whole number is a number in the set comprising counting numbers, their additive opposites and zero. That is also known as the set of integers.

This set of numbers is called "Whole Numbers".

The answer depends on what is meant by "their opposites". If you mean additive opposites then the set is of all non-zero integers.

The elements of the set ... -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, ... are known as integers

The set of natural numbers. The set already has the zero in it.

A zero pair

Since whole numbers are the same as integers, there are no different rules! The only way in which the rules for natural numbers is different is that the set does not contain the additional opposites of numbers (in other words, the set is not closed under subtraction).

These are the integers.

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Opposites