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Q: What an integer mean?

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I think you mean integer - whole, complete.

If you mean 21517 then it is an integer because it is a whole number. If you mean 2.1517 then it is not an integer because it is not a whole number.

It is an integer which is the successor to the integer 3.

"Integer" comes from Latin and means "whole" or "intact."

It means 'entire' - a number is an integer when it is whole, and not a fraction.

An integer is a number which does not have a decimal part at all.

i dont get what you mean because any number is an integer, technically...

If you mean 5110 then it is an integer because it is a whole number

An integer is a whole number. Adding a integer would just mean to add a whole number.

If you mean -20 then it is an integer because it is a whole number

An integer is a whole number with no decimals or fractions. So 7 is and integer but 7.0 or 7.3 are not integers.

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