The number zero is not the smallest positive integer. The number one is the smallest positive integer.
Zero counts as neither positive nor negative. It is a neutral integer
Any positive integer.
No, 1 is. Zero is not "positive".
no, integer is 0 or positive / negative whole number
When the positive integer is farther from 0 than the negative integer, example -4+5=1 why? the -4 is 4 places to the left of the 0 and the 5 is 5 places to the right.
No, 0 is neither positive nor negative it is just 0
Any integer, other than 0, has a positive as well as a negative version. -0 is the same as +0, and so the two are treated as a single number.
Integers are all whole numbers, both negative and positive (< 0, >0)
An integer is a whole number (not a fractional number) that can be positive, negative or zero - so true
a negative integer is -1,-2,-3 and so on, but not -2.5 or 0 a positive integer is 1, 2, 3 and so on but not 7.2 or 0