Whole Numbers: Meaning, Examples, and Divisions


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Lesson 1.2a: Whole Numbers – Meaning, Examples, and Divisions

Meaning of Whole Numbers

Whole Numbers are positive integers or numbers whose decimal points, if visible, appear after the last digit of the number, and only zero or zeros can follow.

Examples are 3, 12, 598, 1176.0, 463.00, 0, etc.

Divisions of Whole Numbers

Whole numbers consist of:

1. The zero and

2. Natural numbers

1. The zero: The zero is a whole without size or magnitude which separates a set of negative numbers at the left side and a set of positive numbers at the right side.

2. Natural Numbers are whole numbers that include 1 and multiples of 1 obtained by adding 1 and numbers greater than 1 to 1. Examples are 58, 2, 116, etc.

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