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A decimal is not an integer. However a number with a decimal component can be either positive or negative

A positive integer is a whole number or a counting number that is greater than 0. "Decimal" simply means that the place value of each digit is ten time that of the digit to its right. A decimal number does not require a decimal point.

i can be a negative number a negative number or a zero but i am never a decimal or fraction

No. A natural number is (a) positive (or zero), and (b) has no decimal part.

Yes. any number, positive or negative, that is whole (has no fraction or decimal) is an integer. ex)1, 2, 9001, -255.

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A decimal is not an integer. However a number with a decimal component can be either positive or negative

No but it is a positive decimal number

No but it is a positive decimal number

Positive numbers are greater than negative numbers. Decimals can be either positive or negative.

Yes. a decimal is a positive number. you can have negative decimals too

It is a decimal number, a positive number and a real number.

You divide the negative number by a positive number for it to stay positive. And you divide the negative number by a negative number for it to become positive.

A positive integer is a whole number or a counting number that is greater than 0. "Decimal" simply means that the place value of each digit is ten time that of the digit to its right. A decimal number does not require a decimal point.

It is an integer.

0.1 is the smallest positive number with 2 digits and a decimal point. without a decimal point the smallest is 10.

It may or may not be - just like a positive decimal.

If the decimal is positive, than a negative number is less than 0.

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