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Q: What Are non examples of whole numbers?

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75 is actually a whole number. The number doesn't consist of a fraction in it. Examples of non-whole numbers would be 75 1/4 or 75.25

the simplest answer to that is that whole numbers do not have decimals or fractions.

Natural numbers are:counting numbersnon-negative, non-zero integers; positive integersnon-zero whole numbers; positive whole numbers

I'm not sure what you want. You can have 5 and 2 and any non-zero whole number. You can have 10 and any two non-zero whole numbers. You can have any even number, then any multiple of 5, then any non-zero whole number. Or any multiple of ten, then any two non-zero whole numbers. I think I covered the possibilities.

Examples of such numbers are 49, where sqrt(49) = 7, 81, where sqrt(81) = 9. Such numbers are called square numbers.

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Non-integers are fractions, decimal numbers, and irrational numbers. Integers are positive and negative whole numbers.

there are a lot of examples of whole numbers 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9. . .

75 is actually a whole number. The number doesn't consist of a fraction in it. Examples of non-whole numbers would be 75 1/4 or 75.25

numbers that are not the whole numbers and their opposites

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No, whole numbers are defined as non-negative integers.

some examples of non- negative numbers are = 2 ,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26,28,30,32,34,36,38,40........ and so on till the nth number

Yes, it certainly is! Numbers like 14, 120, 950, and 14007 are examples of whole numbers. Numbers such as 14.5, 27.2 and 9 1/2 (nine and one half) are examples of numbers which are not whole numbers. Another name for a whole number is an "integer".

The square roots of negative numbers.

0,1,2,3,4....

Pi.

whole numbers, counting numbers, integers...

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