Assignment: Whole Numbers

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1. Fill in the blank
i) Two consecutive predecessors of 4010 are _________& __________.
ii) Smallest whole number is _______________.
iii) Additive identity of whole number is ____________.
iv) Successor of 99 is ____________.
v) 10000 × 0 = ____________ .
2. Match the following
i) Commutative property over addition a) a×(b+c) = a×b+a×c
ii) Commutative property over multiplication b) a+(b+c) = (a+b)+c
iii) Distributive property of multiplication over addition c) a×(b×c) = (a×b)×c
3. MCQ
i) Predecessor of natural number 1.
a)  0                             b) 2                           c)  10                      d) doesnot exist
ii) Find the value of (1063×127 - 1063×27)
a)  100000                    b) 106300                 c)  839700              d) None
iii) 5 ÷ 0 gives.
a)  5                             b) 0                           c)  Not defined        d) None
iv) How many whole numbers are there between 53 and 72.
a)  18                            b) 19                         c)  20                     d) 17
4. Solve :-
i) Find 3+5 using number line.
ii) Find by using suitable property
i) 8×475×125
ii) 225×102
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## FAQs on Assignment: Whole Numbers - Advance Learner Course: Mathematics (Maths) Class 5

 1. What are whole numbers?
Answer: Whole numbers are a set of non-negative numbers that do not have any fractional or decimal parts. They include all natural numbers (counting numbers) from zero to infinity.
 2. How are whole numbers different from integers?
Answer: Whole numbers include only non-negative numbers, starting from zero. Integers, on the other hand, include both positive and negative numbers, as well as zero.
 3. Can whole numbers be negative?
Answer: No, whole numbers cannot be negative. They only include non-negative numbers starting from zero and going up to infinity.
 4. What operations can be performed with whole numbers?
Answer: Whole numbers can be added, subtracted, multiplied, and divided. These operations follow the same rules as arithmetic operations with other types of numbers.
 5. Are whole numbers closed under addition and multiplication?
Answer: Yes, whole numbers are closed under addition and multiplication. This means that when you add or multiply two whole numbers, the result will always be a whole number.

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