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User: Which number is an element of the whole numbers, but not an element of the natural numbers?

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User: Which number is an element of the whole numbers, but not an element of the natural numbers?

Weegy: let me look it up for you
luijorque|Points 50|

User: Which number is an element of the whole numbers, but not an element of the natural numbers?

Weegy: let me look it up for you
luijorque|Points 50|

User: Which number is an element of the whole numbers, but not an element of the natural numbers?

Weegy: let me look it up for you
luijorque|Points 50|

User: Use the distributive property to simplify. 2(x+8)

Weegy: Ok, so I'll talk you through the first one. 9(a+b)...you multiply everything in the parentheses by the number outside of it. In this case it's 9. First you do 9 times a and get 9a. then you do 9 times b to get 9b. [ [ Since there is a plus, it will be 9a+9b. and for the second one..you just do the problem backwards. 7x+7y= 7(x+__). if you distribute the 7 in the answer to the x you get 7x. If you distribute it to the blank you get 7__. Basically you'll get 7x+7__= 7x+7b. The blank is b. Get it now? ] ]
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