No, if a negative integer is multiplied by a positive integer, the product is negative. However, if both of the integers are either positive or negative, the product is positive.
Infinitely many in both cases.
No. Integers are positive and negative whole numbers (…, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, …). As there are an infinite number of negative integers as they approach negative infinity (the greatest negative integer being -1), there can be no smallest (negative) integer.
* The quotient of two positive integers or two negative integers is positive. * The quotient of a positive integer and a negetive integer is negetive.
Neither. It is in between positive and negative but it is still an integer.
There are no whole negative numbers greater than -1. Therefore, -1 is the highest negative whole integer. It can be thought of this way: When positive integers get larger, an amount is greater, but when negative integers get larger, the amount is less, so -1 is the greatest negative integer.
No. Just like positive integers, negative integers stretch out to infinity. There will never be a least negative integer.
No. Adding negative integers will result in an integer that is more negative.
The smallest positive integer is 1. 1 is the multiplicative identity; ie anything times 1 is itself. The greatest negative integer is the most positive negative integer which is -1. Therefore the product of the greatest negative integer and the smallest positive integer is the greatest negative integer which is -1.
A decimal can be a positive integer or a negative integer or neither of the above. For example: 26.0 is a positive integer. -52.0 is a negative integer. 26.2 is not an integer at all. 0.0 is an integer, but is neither positive nor negative.
Positive integers are greater than zero. Negative integers are less than zero.
No. 0 is a non-negative integer which is not positive.
Yes, you can have negative and positive integers.
always a negative
No, integers can be positive or negative.
It is not - so the question is seriously flawed. If you stated that -1 was the greatest (most positive) negative integer you would be correct. However, numbers are infinite so you cannot state a greatest integer. Integers are both positive and negative numbers, but have to be whole numbers
Zero can be included in the sets of non-positive integers or non-negative integers but it is neither positive nor negative. It's nothing. Literally.
No. Two negative integers added together will never equal a positive integer. It is the product of two negative integers that is positive.
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.
They are simply positive integers
Yes, integers can be positive! An integer is basically any whole number, positive ir negative!
No, the sum of two negative integers is not a positive integer. For example, if you add -5 and -6 together the sum would be -11.
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.
An integer is either positive (non-negative), or negative, or zero. There are no negative non-negative integers.
All positive integers are all greater than negative integers.