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Find a counterexample to show the statement is false. the whole number s are closed under division.

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    Divide any whole number by any other whole number that isn't a factor of it. For example, try dividing 3 by 2. Is the result a whole number?

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    no because three can not be divided by 2 because its not a factor of three.

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