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## Whole Numbers

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__Definition__

The numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,.... and so on..... all are called **Whole Numbers**.
**In other words,** if we include ZERO in natural numbers, then they will be known as **Whole Numbers**.
**For example =** 0, 34, 90322, 90, 9, 34, 895 all are whole numbers

**The only difference between natural numbers and whole number is of ZERO.**

**Note. Negative numbers like -12, -1939, are not whole numbers.**

**Following are some more examples on Natural Numbers.**

**Example 1 = **From the given series of numbers, find whole numbers.

Given series = 23, 0, 55, 890, 34, -45, -33, 323
**Answer = **From the given series pick and separate negative numbers and we get
**Whole Numbers = **23, 0, 55, 890, 34, 323

**Example 2 = **From the given series of numbers, find whole numbers.

Given series = 4, (0.43), 45, 900, -9, 0, -47
**Answer = **From the given series pick and separate negative numbers and decimal numbers and we get
**Whole Numbers = **4, 45, 900, 0.

**Example 3 = **From the given series of numbers, find whole numbers.

Given series = 43, 4/5, 0, (0.987), 20, -67, -7, 2
**Answer = **From the given series pick and separate negative numbers, fractional numbers and decimal numbers and we get
**Whole Numbers = **43, 0, 20, 2.