Given that an integer is the same as a whole number, there are four true conditional statements.
where are the statements, don't see any
Properties are true statements for any numbers. There are three basic properties of numbers: Associative, Commutative, and Distributive Properties.
The list of choices that you provided with the question does not include any true statements.
23 is a prime number only divisable by 1 and 23.
What are three statements that are true about Francis Drake?
The number of immigrants coming to the United States declined.
you have to be more specific...which statements do you mean?
The number of results you can get from a Boolean is two. You can either have a statement be true or false. this is because Boolean data is the result of conditional statements, which can be either true or false.
a neutral atom contains the same number of protons and electrons