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If you use positive numbers to represent money which you have or are owed (credit), then use negative numbers to represent debits.

Remember, though, that sometimes the choice of which of the two is positive is arbitrary and depends on you. If I owe you money, the situation would be represented by a negative number in my accounts but a positive entry in yours.

Q: HOW TO write integers that can be used to represent the situation like a debit of 60?

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5,000,000

You could write it as 5555555555555/1.

A small truck can hold 35 boxes of toys. Five boxes fit across the width of the truck. How many boxes fit along the length of the truck?

-318 Negatives are integers.

The equation would be expressed as p + 0.1p = 10.22.

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Yes. A deposit is a credit and a withdrawal (check, debit card, etc.) is a debit. For example, you open a checking account with $500: Opening Balance $500 this is a credit (+) You write a check for $25 this is a debit (-) You write a check for $82 this is a debit (-) You make a deposit of $250 this is a credit (+) You write a check for $28 this is a debit (-) Your balance is $615 If you were to write a check for more than your balance of $615, then you would have a negative (-) balance.

5,000,000

You could write it as 5555555555555/1.

A small truck can hold 35 boxes of toys. Five boxes fit across the width of the truck. How many boxes fit along the length of the truck?

From another web site: Dr = Debit Record Cr = Credit Record

[Debit] Accumulated Depreciation [Debit] Cash (if any) [Credit] Assets

1/4

-6 / 1

54

They are: 42/200 = 0.21

-318 Negatives are integers.