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The magnitude of the integer '58' is 58. Integers have

no units, dimensions, or direction.

Q: What are the magnitude and direction of the integer 58?

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The magnitude is +14

The magnitude of an integer is the value of the integer with a positive (plus) sign. |5| = +5 = 5 |-5| = +5 = 5

Magnitude and Direction :) -hayley

Speed (which is a magnitude), and the direction.Speed (which is a magnitude), and the direction.Speed (which is a magnitude), and the direction.Speed (which is a magnitude), and the direction.

58 + 25 is an integer, not a fraction.

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The magnitude is +14

The magnitude of an integer is the value of the integer with a positive (plus) sign. |5| = +5 = 5 |-5| = +5 = 5

58 is the integer part.

There is no "integer for -8", but the integer with equivalent magnitude to -8 is 8

A vector is described by magnitude and direction (a scalar has only magnitude).

Magnitude and Direction :) -hayley

Yes

A magnitude, direction and sense of direction. it has an equal and opposite force too. eather way it also has a magnitude, direction and sense of direction.

Speed (which is a magnitude), and the direction.Speed (which is a magnitude), and the direction.Speed (which is a magnitude), and the direction.Speed (which is a magnitude), and the direction.

There is no "integer for -8", but the integer with equivalent magnitude to -8 is 8

A force has both magnitude, which represents its strength, and direction, which indicates where the force is applied.

No, 58 can't be square rooted into an integer.