exponentalso in a lower education way....TALLY MARKSLots of symbols were use to represent number like 1 2 3 4 5 ...... etc. There are also other ancient cultures that have different symbols to represent different numbers eg: Chinese culture, Japanese culture. An integer is used when a whole number is being used eg: 1 is an integer, -67 is an integer or 457455754 is an integer. 9.56 is not an integer or -7.8 is not integer. The symbol used to recognize an integer is like Z from the English Alphabet.
yes However, integer is a representation of a whole number that does not use fractions or decimals. A floating point number may represent a whole number, but not be an integer. So 23 is a whole number, 23 is an integer, but 23.00 is a floating point number, not an integer.All integers are whole numbers
An integer can be denotated by any letter. Teachers/professors may use different letters as a means to represent on a graph (i.e. x,y,z axis), but there is usually no real meaning behind why the letter 'z' was chosen over 'q'.
By the range of values you wish to represent.
the wat to represent quanites that we cant represent with whole numbers.
You use negative numbers to represent subtractions (10-5 is same as 10 + -5) Also, you use these to represent things that can be negative.
If the number is below ten, then you would use words to represent the numbers, when they are above ten, you use the number (:
It is algebra that uses letters to represent numbers and also Roman numerals.
You don't "do" an integer. You use interferes to preform and solve mathematical equations. An integer is any, positive or negative, whole number. Whole numbers are simply numbers that you can easily count with, such 1, 17, 38, 46, 62, or 191.