No. -2 is negative and does not end with a odd number.
The set of integers includes negative integers as well as positive integers. It also includes the number zero which is neither negative nor positive.
integers are basically any whole number, a negative integer is a negative whole number...such as -12
Negative numbers are not natural, but there are negative integers. Examples are -1,-2,-3,-4, and so on. These are all integers but none of them is a natural number.
They are the number 0 and negative integers.
an infinite number. integers are all whole numbers, negative numbers and positive numbers.
Yes, since all integers are rational.
An integer is either positive (non-negative), or negative, or zero. There are no negative non-negative integers.
No, negative fractions are not integers.
Integers, odd integers, negative integers, odd negative integers, rational numbers, negative rational numbers, real numbers, negative real numbers, square roots of 1, etc.
Negative 1 is a rational number. It is an integer (though not a counting number) and all integers are rational.
Yes, the number 88 is rational. A "rational number" is any number that can be expressed as a ratio of integers. That is A/B where A and B are integers, and not zero. Rational numbers include all positive and negative integers and all positive and negative fractions (and mixed numbers when expressed as a fraction).