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Any number with non-zero digits after the decimal point is NOT an integer.

Q: Is 150 an integer

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Yes, 150, as with any other whole number, is an integer.

The square root (or cubic root, or fourth root, etc.) of any positive integer can only be: a) either an integer, b) or an irrational number.

There are two distinct roots of any positive integer, the absolute value and its negative equivalent. Therefore, the square roots of 150, rounded to two decimal places, are Â±12.25.

the square of an integer will always be an integer

When they are added together and the absolute value of the positive integer is bigger than the absolute value of the negative integer or when the negative integer is subtracted from the positive integer.

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Yes, 150, as with any other whole number, is an integer.

Let x=1st integer x+1=2nd integer x+2=3rd integer 5(x+x+1+x+2)=150 5(3x+3)=150 15x+15=150 15x=135 x=9 So you put what x is 1st integer (x)= 9 Since it's three consecutive integers, you add one to the 2nd integer 2nd integer (x+1)= 10 Then you do the same thing for the third integer 3rd integer (x+2)= 11

150 as a decimal is 150. and as a fraction, it is 150/1.

It's 150. Whole numbers can't be simplified.

The square root of 150 will be between 12 and 13, closer to 12.

2x5x5x3 you can apply the negative to any of the numbers

-150, -148 To find these numbers set up an algebraic expression. The first even integer would be 2X and the next even integer would be 2X + 2 So, 2X + (2X+2) = -298 Solving for X, X = -75 So the first even integer would be 2*(-75) or -150 And the second even integer would be 2 + the first or 2+-150 or -148

The square root (or cubic root, or fourth root, etc.) of any positive integer can only be: a) either an integer, b) or an irrational number.

Since 25150 is an integer, it cannot be simplified.

They are members of the infinite set of numbers of the form 30*k where k is an integer.

An integer greater than 100 is any whole number greater than 100 i.e. 101, 150, 5620, 64861

The first ten positive integer multiples of 150 are: 1 x 150 = 150 2 x 150 = 300 3 x 150 = 450 4 x 150 = 600 5 x 150 = 750 6 x 150 = 900 7 x 150 = 1050 8 x 150 = 1200 9 x 150 = 1350 10 x 150 = 1500