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# What points represent integers?

Updated: 9/25/2023

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### What are the boundary points of the integers?

The boundary points of the integers is simply the integers.

### Which set represent the integers?

The set of integers represents the integers.

### Is it NOT possible to simplify expressions having variable exponents to represent integers?

If the exponents are associated with non-integers, or if the exponents are non-integers, it is very likely that the expression does not represent integers.If the exponents are associated with non-integers, or if the exponents are non-integers, it is very likely that the expression does not represent integers.If the exponents are associated with non-integers, or if the exponents are non-integers, it is very likely that the expression does not represent integers.If the exponents are associated with non-integers, or if the exponents are non-integers, it is very likely that the expression does not represent integers.

### How linked can be used to represent long integers?

Whatever linked is, I don't think it can be used to represent long integers.

the midpoint

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### What does not represent the set of integers from 1 to 20?

Any set with fewer than or more than 20 distinct elements cannot represent the set of integers from 1 to 20.

### What do these numbers represent in maths1 and 5 and 4?

They are positive integers.

0 and 1.

### Is zero an element of all integers?

Yes.....0 is an element of all integers Integers can be thought of as points on an infinitely long number line

### What do Mapmaker's use to represent distances between points on a map?

Mapmakers use scale to represent distances between points on a map.

### Where are the integers on a number line?

If you have drawn a number line counting in whole numbers, the integers are those whole number points. Any decimal numbers in between are not integers.