Yes. Alternative answer: No, -1 is not a whole number. The whole numbers are 0 and the positive integers, but do not include negative integers.
Each integer is a whole number and each whole number is an integer. So the set of all integers is the same as the set of all whole numbers. By the equivalence of sets, integers and whole numbers are the same.
No. Integers and whole numbers are the same.
A whole number is number you can count, like 1, 2 , 3 . . . 1465, etc. That is, a number with no fraction -- an integer. Some people use the term to mean only positive integers. Some include zero (0) others do not. In the number 23.456, 23 is the whole number part.
No because integers are whole numbers
All integers are whole numbers and all whole number are integers.
Integers are defined as whole numbers.
yes However, integer is a representation of a whole number that does not use fractions or decimals. A floating point number may represent a whole number, but not be an integer. So 23 is a whole number, 23 is an integer, but 23.00 is a floating point number, not an integer.All integers are whole numbers
Integers on the number line are the whole numbers.
integers are basically any whole number, a negative integer is a negative whole number...such as -12
It is a tautology. All whole numbers are integers and all integers are whole numbers.
If you have drawn a number line counting in whole numbers, the integers are those whole number points. Any decimal numbers in between are not integers.
Every whole number can be expressed as the quotient or ratio of other whole numbers, and whole numbers ARE integers.
Yes, they are.
They are the integers.
An integer is a whole number; a number that is not a fraction.If you mean integers then they are whole numbers without fractions or decimals.