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Q: When were negative integers accepted?

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An integer is either positive (non-negative), or negative, or zero. There are no negative non-negative integers.

Non-positive integers are zero and the negative integers.

There is no such thing as a negative set of integers. There can be a set of negative integers, but that is not the same thing. And even that does not make sense.There is no such thing as a negative set of integers. There can be a set of negative integers, but that is not the same thing. And even that does not make sense.There is no such thing as a negative set of integers. There can be a set of negative integers, but that is not the same thing. And even that does not make sense.There is no such thing as a negative set of integers. There can be a set of negative integers, but that is not the same thing. And even that does not make sense.

No. They are negative fractions, not integers.

Negative integers, zero and the positive integers, together form the set of integers.

Never, really. Positive integers were probably accepted by prehistoric humans.

You cannot. The sum of negative integers will be negative.

the sum of two negative integers is ALWAYS negative

When you add two negative integers, the answer is still negative.

the negative integers are below 0, for example -6.

No. Adding negative integers will result in an integer that is more negative.

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