It is a whole number.
A whole number is one without a decimal or fraction, and a natural number is any positive integer, so this is both a whole number and an integer.
One over six is an integer divided by an integer.That is the definition of a rational number.
-1 is all of an integer, a whole number, and a rational number.
No, to be an integer it would have to be a whole number.
No, -8.5 is not an integer. An integer is a number without any fractions.
yes, one is an integer because it is a whole number. visit: coolmath.org--for more info.Yes, 1 is an integer as it is a whole number.
No. An integer is a WHOLE number. A number with a decimal place or a fraction is not an integer :)
1/3 is not an integer, and there is no such thing as an interger. An integer is a whole number.
No because an integer is a whole number without fractions or decimals
It is a whole number and an integer but, since it is only one number, it cannot be "a integers"!
only one whole number is not a natural number and it is 0