4 is an integer.
The opposite integer of 4 is -4?
the number 4 is an integer.
4. The opposite of an integer is a positive if the integer is negative and negative it the integer is positive.
The first rank takes 2 steps forward and conducts a dress right dress (normal interval, unless commanded to do so at close interval), the second rank takes one step forward and conducts dress right dress, the 3rd rank stands fast and conducts dress right dress. If there are more then 3 ranks then they take 2, 4, and 6 steps backwards and conducts dress right dress. (4th ranks takes 2 steps backwards, 5th ranks takes 4 steps backwards and 6th rank takes 6 steps backwards)
204 is an integer. 20/4 is not. 20.4 is not.
It is: 0+4 = 4 which is an integer or a whole number
Sometimes. For example: (-4) - (-3) = -1 (-4) - (-4) = 0 (-4) - (-5) = 1
A negative plus a negative is a negative number. It is a larger negative number, that is, it is a smaller number - IOW, it is farther to the left on the number line.You probably meant to ask why is a negative number TIMES a negative number a positive number.Think of multiplying m times n as taking m steps, n times. For example, multiplying 3 times 4 means taking three steps - starting at zero and going to the right - four times. When you're done, you will have taken 12 steps to the right.If you multiply 3 times -4, it is like taking 3 steps backwards. Start at zero, take three steps backwards four times and you end up at -12.Multiplying -3 times 4 is like taking backwards steps four times. So take three backwards steps, four times, and you end up at -12.Multiplying -3 times -4 is like taking three backwards steps and going backwards four times. It's like a double reverse.My answer is a short version of a post on mathforum.org (http://mathforum.org/dr.math/faq/faq.negxneg.html). On that page, see the example titled "On the Road" for a good application of why this is true.
36 ninths is 4 and the number 4 is an integer.
is -4 a integer