One is an integer, it is equal to one and less than two.
No.A positive integer is always larger than a negative integer. In the case of two negative integers, the integer with the larger absolute value is actually smaller.
Yes.But -22 (minus twenty two) IS an integer
-2/3 is not an integer because it is not a whole number
A positive integer with more than two factors.
A composite number is an integer which is the product of two or more integers which greater than 1.
Mathematics (of an integer) being the product of two or more factors greater than one; not prime.
Goldbach's conjecture: Every even integer n greater than two is the sum of two primes see below for the reference
To subtract a negative number is equivalent to adding a positive number. Two negatives multiplied make a positive.
(of an integer) being the product of two or more factors greater than one; not prime.
The answer, in any integer base greater than 2, is 2.
The only two integer numbers greater than 12 and less than 15 are 13 and 14. Of these, only 14 is even. Therefore, the answer is 14.