You divide the integer by the decimal.
Add the integers together, then divide it by the number of integers there are, (in this case 5)
When you add, subtract, or multiply integers, you get integers. When you divide one integer by another one, you may or may not get an integer.
To find the average of integers, add them all together then divide the total by the number of integers.
The answer depends on how many negative integers you divide by.
you can add subtract multiply and divide them.
Add them up. Divide their total by the number of integers there are.
If you multiply integers the results is an integer. If you divide integers (with one exception) the result is a rational number which, in some cases, may be an integer. However, the exception is that division by 0 is not defined.
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No. In fact, larger positive integers never divide smaller positive integers.
The rule in dividing integers is to divide the absolute values. Two positive integers or two negative integers equals positive product. If one integer is positive and the other is negative, the product is negative.
Only when you divide or multiply.
Yes. The negatives cancel out.
why is it important to know how to multiply
Exactly in the same way that you would multiply and divide whole numbers which is another name for integers
Ten of them.
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Yes, 1 and 113, but no other positive integers.
This would be impossible - since the mean of the three integers would have to be an integer, and if you divide -56 by 3, you do not get an integer.
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List the integers that will divide into the number evenly with no remainder.
Divide the sum of the three consecutive odd integers by 3: -273 /3 = -91. The smallest of these integers will be two less than -91 and the largest will be two more than -91, so the three consecutive odd integers will be -89, -91, and -93.