A whole number is any number which does not have any decimal part and no negative sign. Thus, any number in the range { 0, 1, 2, 3, â€¦, âˆž) is a whole number. Also, the names counting numbers and natural numbers signify whole numbers. A whole number is also stated by some, as any positive number with its fractional part zero. They are exactly equal to the set of non-negative integers.

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Chapter 3 Whole Numbers | ||

Whole Numbers Exercise 3.1 |