Whole numbersstart color greenD, W, h, o, l, e, space, n, u, m, b, e, r, s, end color greenD are numbers that do not need to be represented with a fraction or decimal. Also, whole numbers cannot be negative. In other words, whole numbers are the counting numbers and zero.
Examples of whole numbers:
4,952,0,734, comma, 952, comma, 0, comma, 73
Integersstart color blueD, I, n, t, e, g, e, r, s, end color blueD are whole numbers and their opposites. Therefore, integers can be negative.