An unsigned integer cannot be negative. It has a maximum positive value twice that of a signed integer. Max signed: 128 Max signed: 256 I could be off by one there, though.
An LCD is a positive integer. But any integer can can be expressed as a fraction : as the same number divided by 1. Or twice the number divided by 2, etc.
The integers are 14 and 7.
The two integers are 7 and 14. 7 x 14 = 98.
An equation with absolute values instead of simple variables has twice as many solutions as an otherwise identical equation with simple variables, because every absolute value has both a negative and a positive counterpart.
In each case the difference is twice the absolute value and the absolute value of -3 and +3 (which is 3) is smaller than the absolute value of -4 and +4 (which is 4).
You multiply an integer by itself twice or multiply 1 by an integer three times.
x = 3 + 2y
It can be: 2x-25 or 25-2x or maybe the absolute value of (2x-25).
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find the sum of 2 and 2
9 and 10 9 + 2(10) = 29