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Q: What is always the result of dividing an integer when the divisor is nonzero?

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Yes, it is.

Yes, always. That is the definition of a rational number.

Division by an integer is always defined only when the divisor is not zero

Yes, by definition.

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Because that is how a rational number is defined!

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The sum of zero and a negative integer can never be zero - it will always be negative and nonzero. Although zero is also an integer, it is neither negative nor positive and cannot be the other integer used.

A positive integer divided by a positive integer always results in a positive quotient. It is not possible to divide by zero.

24. The largest remainder is always one less than the number by which you are dividing (the divisor).

372 = 1,369 is an integer; therefore, it is a rational number. In fact, the square of any integer is always an integer; this is because the sum or product of any two integers is an integer. And every integer is a rational number; this is because a rational number is defined as the quotient obtained by dividing one integer into another; and because every integer is the quotient obtained by dividing that integer by the integer 1.

Yes, the square of an integer is always an integer.

the square of an integer will always be an integer

An integer is any number which can be either positive and negative but not a fractional number. It is also a whole number. Examples are -1,256, -589, -1, 0, 1, 569, 5,236. It is always a rational number. By definition, a rational number is the division of two integers, where the divisor is not zero. Since the divisor is 1 when the number is an integer, then all integers are rational.

The divisor must always be a whole number. If it is not already, then you must multiply both the the divisor and dividend by ten until the divisor is no longer a decimal. For example, let's say you have to divide 1.0/0.5 . The divisor in this case would be 0.5 . To multiply by ten, simply move the decimal over to the right one space. That would leave you with 5.0, but since you have to do it on both sides, the final expression would look like this: 10/5 .

Yes, always.

All integers belong to the set {..., -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, ...}. The absolute value of any integer results in a whole number {0, 1, 2, ...}. Adding and subtracting integers always results in an integer. Multiplying integers always results in an integer. Dividing integers can sometimes not result in an integer.

yes because when a negative and a posative number are in a multiplication or division, the answer will be negative. Example= -5 divided by 5= -1

The operation that will always have the result in value of 1 for any nonzero number is Inverse Operation of Multipication.

It SHOULD always be less than the divisor... Otherwise your answer is wrong.

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Yes.