The Chinese and Hindu were the first to use negative integers
The use of integers pre-dates culture. Early hominids would almost certainly have used positive integers to determine how their "gang" compared with the opposition to determine whether it made more sense to fight or hide. Or to communicate how many days' march the good hunting ground was.
i have no clue
Probably the British culture.
The first place to use negative integers was China around 200 B.C
There are several different ways that you can use integers in everyday situations. For example you can use integers in the Winter, you use them with the temperature.
The sum of the first 20 integers is 190.
The sum of the first 250 integers is 31,125.
China is the first documented case in 200 BC
The sum of the first ten positive integers is: 55
The sum of the first 1,000 integers (whole numbers) is 499,500.
The sum of the first 500 positive integers is: 125,250
The sum of the first 30 positive integers is: 465.
The sum of the first 60 positive integers is 1830.
the first people to make changes in the integers are RAMANUJAM.
the nok culture
The sum of the first 200 positive integers is 19,900.
Personally, I use them to count with.
(7*100*101)/2 = 35,350 jpacs * * * * * What? How can there be 35,350 integers in the first 100 integers? There are 14 of them.
The sum of the first 40 positive integers (1-40) is: 820