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Q: How do you subtract integers from another integer without using counters and a timeline?

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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.

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Take any two integers, and subtract one from another, you will have another integer. If there was a situation where you could show that this statement is not true, then that would prove your hypothesis, but I cannot think of any.

The same as integers without decimals. Just make sure the decimals are directly above and below one another. Use zeros as placeholders if you don't have enough numbers, that is, if one decimal is longer than the other.

That has no integer solution. Three times an integer is another integer; if you subtract to integers, you get an integer again, not a fraction.

Displays2Go is one online source for retail shop counters. Another source for cheap shop counters is online at DirtCheapFixtures. Certain types of counters can also be purchased in-store at Home Depot.

They mean that if you subtract one of the two digit numbers from another then that is the difference. The numbers in the question are usually smallest first so you can't subtract like that. In these questions you may change the order of the numbers.

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The natural numbers are the same as the positive integers.

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