# Chapter 3: Whole Numbers – Exercise 3.1

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.1

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Smallest natural number 1.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.2

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Smallest whole number 0.

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Does not exist

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Does not exist.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.5

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Yes all natural numbers also whole numbers.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.6

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No, all whole numbers are not natural numbers.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.7

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(i) Successor of 1000909 is 1000910.

(ii) Successor of 2340900 is 2340901.

(iii) Successor of 7039999 is 7039100.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.8

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(i) Predecessor of 10000 is 9999.

(ii) 807000 → 806999

(iii) Predecessor of 7005000 is 7004999.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.9

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Numbers are as shown in the above line

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.10

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39 whole number are there between 21 and 61.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.11

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(i) 25 < 205

(ii) 170 > 107

(iii) 415 > 514

(iv) 10001 < 100001

(v) 2300014 < 2300041.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.12

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1100, 925, 886, 786, 325, 270, 141, 0.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.13

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999999, 1000000, 1000000 is 1 airier by 1.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.14

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8510000, 8509999, 8509998.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.15

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4009999, 4010000, 4010001.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.16

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Every natural number has its successes.

## Whole Number – Exercise – 3.1 – Q.17

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(i) true

(ii) false

(iii) false

(iv) false

(v) true

(vi) false

(vii) true

(viii) true

(ix) true

(x) false

(xi) false

(xii) true

(xiii) true

(xiv) true.

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