There are no such integers.
Integers are the "counting numbers" and their negative counterparts, and zero. Opposite integers are the pairs of integers that have the same absolute value, or, in other words, are the same distance from zero. 10 and -10 are opposite integers. 43 and -43 are opposite integers. It's just that simple.
Positive and negative integers are opposite each other.
The (not th) definition (not defition) of opposite integers are integers that are equal in their [absolute] value but have different signs. So, for example, the opposite of +4 is -4, and the opposite of -5 is +5.
Opposite integers have the same magnitudes, but different signs. Examples of an opposite integers: 10 and -10, -298 and 298.
They have opposite signs.
Because that is how the opposite of a number is defined.
will always be zero
There does not exist a number that is divisible by all integers. The opposite is true. The number one can divided into all integers.
Whole numbers are called integers. There are positive integers, for example, 3, and its opposite, a negative integer, -3.
Yes. Those would be numbers such as 5 and -5, which only have opposite signs - they are called additive inverses (of one another).
No. The answer depends on the context in terms of which the numbers are considered to be opposite.
NO, 8 and 4 cannot be opposite integers.Integers can be opposite by the difference in sign conversion of the same number. 8 and -8 are opposite.
They will be the same absolute value with opposite signs. They don't even have to be integers.
To add two integers with opposite signs . . . -- Ignore the signs, and write the difference between the two numbers. -- Give it the same sign as the larger original number has.
Subtract the number you first thought of.
An integer has to be a whole number or its opposite. For example, fractions and decimals cannot be integers. I'm smart (:
The two sets are the same: the set of integers.
It is two times the magnitude of the integer.
to subtract an integer, add its opposite or additive inverse.
No because integers are only whole numbers
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By the uniqueness of integers, the only integer for 12 is 12 itself.
By the uniqueness of integers, the only integer of 72 is 72 itself.