Q: What does integer -1000 mean?

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None. 1000 does not have an integer square root. 312 = 961 and 322 = 1024 and there is no integer between 31 and 32 so there can be no integer whose square is 1000.

The next integer or whole number is: 1000

They are members of the set of numbers of the form 7*k where k is an integer which takes 1000 different values..

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

The answer must be a whole number.

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None. 1000 does not have an integer square root. 312 = 961 and 322 = 1024 and there is no integer between 31 and 32 so there can be no integer whose square is 1000.

The integer part is 9 and the fractional part is 914/1000, which can be simplified.

No. No integer (whole number) is irrational.

1416 is an integer 1000 is an integer A rational number is any number produced by dividing two integers. As such yes 1.416 is a rational number of 1416/1000

I think you mean integer - whole, complete.

They are elements of the infinitely large set of numbers of the form 1000*k where k is an integer.

There are no integer palindromes between 1,000 and 9,000 that are divisible by 20.

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 a whole number that is 1000 less than zero.

2.5*1000

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

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