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It would be negative zero.

Q: What integer would represent stops at the line of scrimmage for no gain?

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There are 8 bits in a byte, so a two byte integer would be 16 bits. The largest 16 bit integer possible would be 11111111111111112, which is 65535 in base 10.

If you had 46 degrees Fahrenheit, and it went down to 23 degrees Fahrenheit, than the integer would tell you how much it went up or down. The integer for this example question would be -23 degrees Fahrenheit.

Let x represent the first integer. The second consecutive integer is then x + 1. The equation can be written as x + (x + 1) = 71.

The product would be a positive integer.

No, to be an integer it would have to be a whole number.

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There are 8 bits in a byte, so a two byte integer would be 16 bits. The largest 16 bit integer possible would be 11111111111111112, which is 65535 in base 10.

75 is an integer, not a fraction. As a decimal it is 75, exactly as in the question.

10 yards from the spot of the foul. So if the hold occurred 5 yards behind the line of scrimmage, then the penalty would be a 15 yard penalty from the previous line of scrimmage. The down would be replayed.

0.030 is not an integer. So there would be no integer for it.

If you had 46 degrees Fahrenheit, and it went down to 23 degrees Fahrenheit, than the integer would tell you how much it went up or down. The integer for this example question would be -23 degrees Fahrenheit.

Let x represent the first integer. The second consecutive integer is then x + 1. The equation can be written as x + (x + 1) = 71.

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The displacement would be 24 yards from the line of scrimmage. The distance traveled would be 56 yards.

The product would be a positive integer.

270 is an integer and so it would be sensible to represent it as an integer: 270 degrees. There is no requirement in the question to change the measurement unit, and if you do want that then you will need to specify the required unit. I suggest the answer should be 3*pi/2 radians.