A whole number belongs to the set of integers that are equal to or greater than zero. For example, the set of numbers {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ...} contains all of the whole numbers. More »

In math, zero is part of the set of whole numbers. The whole numbers include all of the natural numbers, or positive counting numbers, plus the number zero. The whole numbers do not include any of the negative numbers. More »

Every integer is not a whole number, but every whole number is an integer. An integer is any number, positive, negative or zero, that is able to be represented without a fraction or decimal, according to Reference.com. T... More »

To find the greatest common factor of two or more integers, the common prime factors of each number are multiplied together. The result is the greatest common factor of those two or more integers. If there are no common ... More »

Consecutive integers are two integers that sit adjacent to each other in a number sequence. An integer is a positive or negative whole number. The lowest value set of positive consecutive integers are 1 and 2, and the hi... More »

Adding two positive integers results in a positive number, and adding two negative integers yields a negative number. Multiplying two negative or two positive integers makes a positive number, but multiplying a negative ... More »

A factor pair is a pair of integers whose product is a given number. The factors of a prime number are only 1 and itself. Composite numbers have the factor pair of 1 and itself, as well as at least one other factor pair. More »