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Q: Which of the following sets of numbers contains ONLY integers?

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That can refer either to integers, or only to non-negative integers - basically, the counting numbers. (Integers includes negative numbers.) Since "whole numbers" has this ambiguity, it's best to avoid this term. The following is the answer.

It can be. Consecutive integers have a GCF of 1.

Yes and integers are whole numbers that can belong to one of the following classes:- Prime numbers which have only 2 factors Composite numbers which have more than 2 factors

no. only numbers with .0 or .00 or .000 following decimal point are integers.

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No, natural numbers only include non-negative integers.

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no, only whole numbers.

It only makes sense to count, and talk about "next" and "previous" numbers, with integers - not with fractions, or irrational numbers.It only makes sense to count, and talk about "next" and "previous" numbers, with integers - not with fractions, or irrational numbers.It only makes sense to count, and talk about "next" and "previous" numbers, with integers - not with fractions, or irrational numbers.It only makes sense to count, and talk about "next" and "previous" numbers, with integers - not with fractions, or irrational numbers.

Whole numbers are positive numbers from zero to infinity. Integers are both positive and negative numbers. So whole numbers and integers have positive numbers in common, but only integers have negative numbers. Both have zero, and both have no fractions.

All integers are rational. Not all rational numbers are integers.

Nope - only half of the integers are. The other half (of the integers) are odd. Then there are all of the other numbers - fractions, irrational, complex.

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1 and 79 are the only integers.

Only integers or whole numbers have factors

Only integers or whole numbers have prime factors.

Not all numbers. Only the whole numbers ... the ones you count with ... with no fraction or decimal part in them.

The term "whole number" is somewhat ambiguous. It MAY refer to integers; or it MAY refer only to non-negative integers ("counting numbers").

It is if we only consider integers. If we consider all real numbers, for example, it would not be.

The term "consecutive" only makes sense for integers; you can't solve this with integers.

Amongst counting numbers (positive integers) only 4.

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Nope, they're rational integers

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