50 is an integer.
The integer is 50.
50 is an integer.
Yes, and also a negative integer divided by a negative integer is equal to a positive number (but not necessarily an integer).
Do nothing. 50 is already an integer.
Any integer can be expressed as a fraction with the numerator equal to the integer and the denominator equal to 1.
50/25 simplifies to 2/1 which is 2 and 2 is an integer, so yes, 50/25 is an integer.
an integer plus and integer will always be an integer. We say integers are closed under addition.
51 is the number after 50.
-50, -5, 5, 50, 500000 are all "greater than or equal to -100". And, since there is no upper limit to these numbers, there cannot be a greatest number that meets the requirements.
Just write it as 50.
50+80 = 130
The largest integer equal to -100 is -100. The largest integer less than -100 is -101.
One is an integer, it is equal to one and less than two.
50 is an integer, not a fraction and there is no sensible way to express it as a fraction.
No. A negative integer raised to the third power will yield a negative number that is less than the integer. Only whole numbers (positive integers greater than or equal to 1) have the property where that integer raised to the third power is greater than or equal to the integer.
When they are added together and the absolute value of the positive integer is bigger than the absolute value of the negative integer or when the negative integer is subtracted from the positive integer.
-37.69 is not an integer. Rounded to the nearest integer, -37.69 is approximately equal to -38.
If the integer subtracted is smaller than or equal to the first integer, then the answer is positive. Otherwise, if the integer subtracted is larger, then the answer is negative.
50 is an integer, not a fraction.
416 is an integer and not equal to a fraction.