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Q: How many of the whole numbers less than 100 are 10 greater than an odd whole number?

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The set of whole numbers includes all numbers greater than 0 that do not require decimals to be expressed. Because -16 is less than 0, it is not a whole number. It is an integer.

The even whole numbers greater than 21 and less than 28 are: 22, 24 and 26

It depends: If the whole number is positive then the result is less than the whole number, eg ½ × 2 = 1 < 2 If the whole number is negative then the result is greater than the whole number, eg ½ × -2 = -1 > -2

50 of them.1 is 10 greater than -9, 3 is 10 greater than -7, and so on.

When you divide a number by a fraction between zero and one, the quotient will be greater than that number.

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I don't know how to "grate" a number ... numbers are not cheese. An infinite number of numbers are "greater" (larger) than 64. Likewise, an infinite number of numbers are not "greater" (in other words, less than) 64, starting with 63, 62, 61, ... Actually, there are an infinite numbers that are less than 64, but greater than 63, unless you specify "whole numbers".

The set of whole numbers includes all numbers greater than 0 that do not require decimals to be expressed. Because -16 is less than 0, it is not a whole number. It is an integer.

The answer depends on the signs of the two numbers.1/2 * 4 = 2. The product, 2, is less than the whole number, 4.1/2 * -4 = -2. The product, -2, is greater than the whole number, -4.

It depends on the whole number. The two numbers could be positive or negative which means that the product could be larger or smaller.

Any number that is not a fraction, percent, decimal, or negative is a whole number. Counting numbers are whole numbers. Counting numbers are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,... Zero is a whole number. So yes, every integer greater then negative one is a whole number, and so is -1 and every integer less than -1.

The quotient need not be greater than a whole number less than one!

The even whole numbers greater than 21 and less than 28 are: 22, 24 and 26

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