no. an integer is a whole, positive number, a rational number can be positive, negative, or a fraction
The corresponding positive number - basically the same number, but without the minus sign.
Yes, because subtrating a negative number is the same thing as adding a positive number.
We usually don't consider negative integers as factors of positive numbers, only negative ones. The number of negative factors will be the same as the number of positive ones, nine in this case.
No. The sum of a positive integer and a negative integer has the same sign as the larger integer.
When the absolute value of the positive integer is the same as the absolute value of the negative one.
The LCM of a set of integers is the smallest positive integer which can be divided evenly by each number in the set. The LCM of the set is the same however it is calculated.
Any integer, other than 0, has a positive as well as a negative version. -0 is the same as +0, and so the two are treated as a single number.
An LCD is a positive integer. But any integer can can be expressed as a fraction : as the same number divided by 1. Or twice the number divided by 2, etc.
Only if the absolute value of the positive number is higher.
No, any negative number subtracted from a positive is like addition. For example 1 - (-1) is the same as 1 + 1, so by adding two positive numbers you can't get zero.
If I'm not mistaken its 2 of the same type of integer ( negative negative/positive positive ) equal the same type of integer EX: -1 - (-1)= -1 and if the integers are opposite ( positive negative/negative positive ) then its the sign of the higher number EX: -2 - 6 = 4
a positive integer A that, if increased or decreased by the same positive integer B, yields 2 positive integers, A+B and A-B, that are both perfect squares" OK... i figured out kinda what it meant... i think the integer B is equal to A-1, like the rectangular number definition: n(n-1)
No. An integer is the same as a whole number.
An integer and a whole number are the same, by definition.
Integer and whole number basically means the same - though with "whole number" you never know whether it refers only to positive integers, or to all integers. Therefore, it is preferable to avoid such an ambiguous term.
Only when the integers are the same but otherwise no.
Search for the proof for the irrationality of the square root of 2. The same reasoning applies to any positive integer that is not a perfect square. In summary, the square root of any positive integer is either a whole number, or - as in this case - it is irrational.
A whole number is the common name for an integer. They are the same thing.
A whole number is the same thing as an integer. 5.4 is a decimal number, so it is not a whole number or an integer.
Multiply the numerator and the denominator by the same non-zero integer. You can divide the numerator and denominator by the same non-zero integer, but the integer has to be a factor of them both.
The greatest common factor, or GCF, is the largest positive integer that will divide evenly with no remainder into all the members of a given set of numbers. The least common multiple, or LCM, is the smallest positive integer that all the members of a given set of numbers will divide into evenly with no remainder.
The highest common factor, or HCF, is the largest positive integer that will divide evenly with no remainder into all the members of a given set of numbers.
If the percentage is an integer value, it can be factored in the same way as any other integer and if it is not, it cannot be factored.