Q: What would happen if there were no integers in the world?

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Counting is such a fundamental process tat someone would have to invent them. Alternatively, humans could be less delveloped than other species that do have a sense of integers and their conservation.

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

That will happen if you have 5 integers.

integers are numberIt's used in banks, thermometers, it's whole number that is negative! It's very important to know.----If this has something to do with school, then I would say integers are easy, and important. If they seem hard for you (as you obviously think they're useless), then study more, you'd benefit from it, and use it "in the real world".

They are the negative integers.

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Counting is such a fundamental process tat someone would have to invent them. Alternatively, humans could be less delveloped than other species that do have a sense of integers and their conservation.

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

Integers are any whole number, positive or negative, including 0. An example of integers used in the world would be sports game scores, as no one ever scores a fraction of a point.

There would be no slaves in the world..dugh

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

My world would die

the world would be a better place

The world would collapse.

we would die

The world would be very lonely if there was no love. There would be no children and the world would be down.

That will happen if you have 5 integers.