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Q: What is a definition for integers in algebra?

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Always. By definition the Integers are the whole numbers; and the whole numbers are the integers.

A ration with 2 integers and has a denominator of 0 would be called rational numbers. This is taught in algebra.

Composite numbers are integers that have more than two factors.

They are two integers.

adding and subtracting integers is when you add and minus 2 numbers

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Counting numbers are 1,2,3.... If you include 0 and the opposites .... -3,-2,-1, 0,1,2,3 .... this creates the integers. Integers do not include decimals or fractions.

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a set is defined as a collection of objects. In algebra, it is usually a collection of numbers and often a collection of solutions.

A set is a collection of objects.

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Yes, by definition, the sum of two integers is always an integer. Likewise, the product and difference of two integers is always an integer.

These are integers that are less than 0. Counting backwards, they are -1, -2, -3, -4 etc. They are the additive inverses of the positive integers.

Depending on the definition of the words "natural numbers", the natural numbers are either, "the set of positive integers", that is, integers from 1 upwards, or "the set of non-negative integers", that is, integers from 0 upwards.Therefore, 0 can be included as one of the natural numbers, depending on your definition.

Yes, by definition all positive integers are whole numbers.

it is considered, to be the: "Inverse," in algebra!(:

If a=b and b=c then a must = c