they're never integers
Sometimes. Actually, very, very rarely.
All integers are rational numbers, but not all rational numbers are integers.2/1 = 2 is an integer1/2 is not an integerRational numbers are sometimesintegers.
They are sometimes - very, very rarely - integers.
No. In fact, integers are never irrational numbers.
They always have a numerator but, if they are integers, the may not have a denominator.
If the integers are the same, then the sum is always zero.If the integers are different, then the sum is never zero.If there's no rule governing the choice of integers, then the sum is sometimes zero.By the way . . . we're talking about 'integers', not 'intergers'.
No. "Natural numbers" means positive integers - sometimes including zero, but never the negative numbers.
In mathematics a rational number is any number that can be expressed as the quotient a/b of two integers, with the denominator b not equal to zero. Since b may be equal to 1, every integer is a always a part of the rational number group.
The answer is sometimes - when the multiple in question is 1.
- Always, if the two integers are both positive. - Sometimes, if the two integers have different signs. - Never, if the two integers are both negative.
They are always true - if your calculations are sound.
Whole numbers can never be irrational.
It is always positive, and not just for decimal numbers but for all numbers.