Q: Is -6.3 an integer

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63 is an integer and not a fraction.

Since 63 is an integer, it is already in decimal form.

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1 is the only integer.

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63 is an integer, not a fraction.

63 is an integer and not a fraction.

Since 63 is an integer, it is already in decimal form.

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63 will divide any multiple of 63, that is, any number of the form 63*k where k is an integer.

The greatest integer remainder for a division sum with a divisor of 63 would be 62 - for a number one fewer than an integer multiple of 63 - for example, 125/63 = 1 remainder 62.

To the nearest integer, 63

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Because 63 is the smallest positive integer that both of those numbers divide into evenly with no remainder.

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1 is the only integer.

There is no particular meaning. It is the integer that is the successor to 62.