Q: How do you write a number as an integer?

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Yes. An integer has no fractions and if you can write it, it's a real number!

500% as an integer or whole number is 5

5 is an integer; it is a whole number without a decimal or fraction.

You can't write a non-integer as an integer. You can round it to the closest integer if you like, but it's not exactly the same number.

To write a percentage number as an integer, you can simply remove the percentage sign and divide the number by 100. For example, to write 75% as an integer, you divide 75 by 100, which equals 0.75.

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The number 5789 is already an integer.

Yes. An integer has no fractions and if you can write it, it's a real number!

2,000,000 an integer is any whole number

187 is already an integer because it is a whole number

500% as an integer or whole number is 5

Divide 7 by 3, using integer division. Write the result (which must be an integer) as the whole number. Write the remainder as the numerator, over the number 3 which is the denominator.

5 is an integer; it is a whole number without a decimal or fraction.

4650000 is an integer and there is no sensible way to write it as a mixed number.

By leaving it alone because the whole number of 318 is already an integer

You can't write a non-integer as an integer. You can round it to the closest integer if you like, but it's not exactly the same number.

Exactly as it is because 700 is already an integer which means it is a whole number.

The reason you're having so much difficulty writing it is that there's no such thing as an "interger". An "integer" is a whole number. Any time you write a number that doesn't have any fraction or decimal in it, you have written an integer.