The positive integer factors of 425 are: 1, 5, 17, 25, 85, 425
No, it is an integer.
Yes, the square of an integer is always an integer.
The square root of an integer is a CYCLOTOMIC integer.
That integer is ' 85 '. Since it's used to represent 85, mathematicians decided to make it look just like 85 in order to make it easier to remember.
No, it is an integer, not a fraction.
Pairs of positive integer factors of 85 are: 1 x 85 = 85 5 x 17 = 85 And their reverses.
The integer is 10.
Yes, any whole number, whether positive, zero or negative, is an integer.
85/1 is one example. Others are of the form 85*k/k where k is an integer.
85 is an integer and it makes no sense to try to express it as a mixed number.
3 followed by 85 zeros is not a power of any integer.
No. The square root of an integer is always either an integer or an irrational number.
They are members of the infinite set of numbers of the form 85*k where k is an integer. Since the set is infinite, it is not possible to list them. Alternatively, 85, then add 85 so 170, then add another 85 and so on.
-85 + -87 = -172 While -85 and -87 are not consecutive integers, they are consecutive odd integers.