Q: What would happen if integers were not there?

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There would be no mathematics and so no science or technology and so no computers through which you could ask this question.

No. They would then be mixed numbers, not integers.

That will happen if you have 5 integers.

They are the negative integers.

It is if we only consider integers. If we consider all real numbers, for example, it would not be.

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There would be no mathematics and so no science or technology and so no computers through which you could ask this question.

The answer depends on how many negative integers you divide by.

No. They would then be mixed numbers, not integers.

That will happen if you have 5 integers.

Most people refer to the positive integers as the natural numbers. That would exclude the negative integers and zero.

Consecutive odd integers would be 5 and 7.

They are the negative integers.

Negative integers. Some would also include 0.

No, there are an infinite number of integers. So, there would be an infinite (infinity/2-1) number of positive integers. And, there would be an infinite (infinity-10) number of integers greater than ten.

This would be impossible as, seeing as one of the integers would be odd, the result would be an odd number.

It is if we only consider integers. If we consider all real numbers, for example, it would not be.