A negative number can be an integer. An integer is any positive or negative whole number including zero.
No, not every negative number is an integer. For example, -2.34 is not an integer.
It depends, if a number with positive integers is greater than the number with the negative integer therefore the sum will be in positive integer. And if the number with positive integer is less than the number with the number with negative integer then the sum will be in negative integer.
It is a negative integer, a negative rational integer, a negative real number.
Yes, an integer can be positive, negative, or zero. An integer is simply a number without decimals.
Yes, and also a negative integer divided by a negative integer is equal to a positive number (but not necessarily an integer).
a negative integer
-1.5 would be a negative non-integer.
Any negative integer.
Yes, -17 is an integer. Any number that is a negative or positive whole number or zero is an integer.
Negative. Sorry. No you do not. Adding a negative to a negative gives you a number that is even more negative. Picture a number line. A negative number is to the left of zero, and adding a negative number moves further left. ■
no , because the negative integer is not a whole number. A whole number is greater than a negative ! (: