In view of the coronavirus pandemic, we are making LIVE CLASSES and VIDEO CLASSES completely FREE to prevent interruption in studies
Maths > Whole Numbers

Whole Numbers

What are the whole numbers? And how are they different from the natural numbers? Is zero ‘0’ are part of the whole number system? If we are counting anything, we start the count from 0. It makes the counting number system as ‘whole’. Let’s learn about how to represent them on a number line, their properties and types.

FAQs on Whole Numbers

Question 1: What are whole numbers?

Answer: These are the most basic concept of mathematics and it is basic counting numbers. The whole number include number such as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and so on till infinity. Furthermore, whole numbers include natural numbers that begin from 1 also they include positive integers along with 0.

Question 2: Is fraction also a whole number?

Answer: Fractions are not the whole number. Because they do not represent a complete number but if you want to a fraction to be a whole number then convert them to the nearest whole number. For example, if you want 3/5 to be the whole number then it will be 1.

Question 3: Is decimal a whole number?

Answer: No, decimals are not the whole number, but you can make them a whole number by rounding them off to the nearest whole number. Such 4.87 can be round off to 9 and 5.1 can be round off like 5.

Question 4: Is 21 a whole number?

Answer: Yes, 21 is a whole number because whole numbers include all integers. Furthermore, the whole number includes all zero but do not include any negative numbers or number that are fraction or decimal.

Share with friends

Get Question Papers of Last 10 Years

Which class are you in?
No thanks.