There are no negative integers greater than five.
Integers greater than -5 are -4, -3, -2, -1 .... etc
-7 is greater
An integer is a whole number, with no decimal or fraction part. For example, 4 and 85 are integers. 3.9 and 1/2 are not integers. Greater than zero means positive numbers. Thus integers greater than zero are 1, 2, 3, 4 and so on.
The negative integers greater than -6 are: -5, -4, -3, -2, -1.
No, there are an infinite number of integers. So, there would be an infinite (infinity/2-1) number of positive integers. And, there would be an infinite (infinity-10) number of integers greater than ten.
No integers fit those criteria.
Yes, but greater than all negative integers
Integers of 6 digits are normally greater than integers of 5 digits
This is the 'null' or 'empty' set.There are no numbers greater than '-3' and less than '-9'.
They both describe integers.
All integers greater than one are divisible by prime numbers.
no never 9 is a positive so it is always greater
The integers that are greater than -2 but less than 5 are: -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4
No integers are specified in the question, although the answer would be any negative number less than -2 or any positive number greater than 2.
Yes, by definition all positive integers are whole numbers.
Positive integers are greater than zero. Negative integers are less than zero.
There are 80 such integers.
No. "Natural numbers" only refers to integers greater or equal to zero, that is, non-negative integers.
Integers greater than one that are not prime are composite.