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Q: Why is number 10 a whole number?

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12/10 does not equal a whole number.

10 and a half, being between the whole numbers 10 and 11, can't be a whole number itself.

10% is a fractional number in decimal form and there is no sensible way to represent it as a whole number.

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It is 10 rounded to the nearest whole number

12/10 does not equal a whole number.

Because all whole numbers are rational. 10 can be written as 10/1.

No. 10 1/3 not nearest to the whole number. A whole number is something that is one or WHOLE. 1/3 is not WHOLE. 10 would be nearest to a whole number.

Because 10 has no fractional part; it is considered a whole number.

1/10 is a fraction. It can't be a whole number.

119 over 10 does not equate to a whole number.

10% of 62 = 6.2 The whole number is 6.

99 itself is a whole number.

160 is a whole number.

Yes. -10 = -10/1 which is of the form of one whole number over another whole number. Rational numbers have the form of one whole number over another whole number. Thus -10 is rational.

It IS a whole number!

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