There is no such number.
No integers are specified in the question, although the answer would be any negative number less than -2 or any positive number greater than 2.
There are an infinte number of integers satisfying one or the other of the two inequalities.
This is the 'null' or 'empty' set.There are no numbers greater than '-3' and less than '-9'.
No integers fit those criteria.
Yes, but greater than all negative integers
The integers that are greater than -2 but less than 5 are: -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4
That's a list of five consecutive real, rational, natural, positive integers, that are greater than any number less than 40, and less than any number greater than 44 .
No, there are an infinite number of integers. So, there would be an infinite (infinity/2-1) number of positive integers. And, there would be an infinite (infinity-10) number of integers greater than ten.
comparing integers are when you have two numbers, and you need to find out how to get the greater number. Ex: -3 > < -4. You have to see which number is the bigger number, and then put a greater than or less than sign. so the answer would be: -3 because you have to find the number that is closest to zero on the number line.
100% equals the number. Less than 100% is less than the number. Greater than 100% is greater than the number.
Positive integers are greater than zero. Negative integers are less than zero.
There are 80 such integers.
Sticking with integers, numbers less than 60 but greater than 55 are 56, 57, 58 and 59.
Integers greater than -3 and less than 2 are: -2 -1 0 1
It can be greater than or less than it.
No. "Greater than" is for comparing which number is larger, and is denoted with the symbol >.
There are 44 positive integers less than 2,010 that have an odd number of factors.
For integers, 2 through 49.
It is 0.