Q: What is the interger of -23?

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No because integers are whole numbers

1/3 is not an integer, and there is no such thing as an interger. An integer is a whole number.

The vast majority of rational numbers are not integers - only an infinitesimally small proportion are integers.

No. None of them are, because there is no such thing as an 'interger'.However, all whole numbers, positive or negative, are integers .

Integers are closed under subtraction, meaning that any subtraction problem with integers has a solution in the set of integers.

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It is a rational number but not an integer.

7 is a whole number, six is an interger.

No because integers are whole numbers

An interger's absolute value is how far away it is from 0, so an interger's absolute value will always be positive. The absolute value of -83 is 83. The absolute value of 178 is 178. etc.

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No, integers are whole numbers- 1,2,3,4,5...

1/3 is not an integer, and there is no such thing as an interger. An integer is a whole number.

The vast majority of rational numbers are not integers - only an infinitesimally small proportion are integers.

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An integer (not interger!) sequence is an ordered set of numbers such that each number in the set is an integer, or a whole number.

Yes. The sign of the sum is the same as the sign of the larger interger integer.

No. None of them are, because there is no such thing as an 'interger'.However, all whole numbers, positive or negative, are integers .