An integer that is greater than 1 but not prime is a composite number.
Here are a few: An integer is a counting number, or a whole number. If you have a negative counting number, zero, or a positive counting number, you have an integer, and any integer will be a member of one of those three sets of numbers. Zero is the only integer that is neither positive or negative. Each integer (except zero) has a compliment with an opposite sign.
An integer is just a whole number, excluding zero. Any positive integer will always have an opposite just by placing a negative sign in front of the positive integer. You can also say that any negative whole number is an integer.
technically speaking yes the opposite of 5 is -5
Because that is how the opposite of a number is defined.
The additive opposite of the additive opposite is the number itself. The multiplicative opposite of the multiplicative opposite is the number itself, unless the number was 0, in which case the first opposite is not defined.
A counting number is the numbers you lear as a little kid, counting numbers are one and up. Integers include the counting numbers, 0, and the opposite (negative) of counting numbers. So yes, a counting number or the opposite of a counting number is an integer.
A whole number is called an integer. The opposite of a whole number is a negative integer. An example would be 4 and -4.
No. An integer is a kind of number - a whole number - but not all numbers are integers. For example, a half is a number but it is not an integer.
4. The opposite of an integer is a positive if the integer is negative and negative it the integer is positive.
Yes, and including zero.
No, because an integer is a whole number and it's opposite (negative or positive). The square root of 80 is not a whole number.
An example of an integer is... - 4 is the opposite of 4, 21 is the opposite of - 21.
The opposite integer of 4 is -4?
Yes - an integer is a whole number - the Latin word "integer" translates into English as "untouched", or, loosely, "whole".
That depends on how you define "opposite." It could be -6, or 1/6 or something that isn't a number.
yes. the opposite of a positive integer is the same except negative and vice versa ( ex: the opposite integer of -6 is 6. if you multiply them, it equals zero)
The additive opposite is itself and its multiplicative opposite is not defined.
the quotient of an integer and its opposite is never negative.
It means 'entire' - a number is an integer when it is whole, and not a fraction.
If by "opposite" you mean its additive inverse, the answer is 0. If by "opposite" you mean its multiplicative inverse, for the number x, it will be (x+1/x).
That depends on how you define "opposite." It could be -89, 1/89 or something that isn't a number at all.
An integer is a whole number without decimals or fractions