# 11th g

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Decide whether or not the set has the closure property for multiplication.
2){Whole numbers}

2)Yes

A)Yes

B)No

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Joe, if I take any two whole numbers and multiply them, will my result always be a whole number ?

If your answer is yes, then the set of Whole Numbers is "closed" under multiplication.

So what do you think?

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My answer is Yes, My question was
Decide whether or not the set has the closure property for multiplication.{Whole numbers} Is it yes or no, so I put yes because all number that are mult. are usally whole numbers right?

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correct

when multiplied, two whole numbers ALWAYS, not usually, give a whole number as a result

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