Integers have no fractional parts, so their sum will be zero.
I'm not sure if that is a question, but if it is, yes, you can add more than two integers. Just add the first two to get a new, single integer and then add that to the next one. You can do that indefinitely if you have a large set of integers.
you add them together?
If the larger of the two integers is negative, then their sum is negative, regardless of the sign of the smaller one.
Two integers that add to zero are additive inverses.
That will depend on the two integers that you use. The result could be any of negative, zero or positive.
Two integers are additive inverses if their sum is zero
Positive integers, if I understood you correctly
diffrence will always be positive except when it is zero but is you speak of substraction operation it can be positive negative or zero
When the quotient of two integers is positive, either both integers are positive or both negative. When the quotient of two integers is negative, one of the integers is positive and one negative. When the quotient of two integers is zero, the first integer is zero and the second one is anything but zero.
That if one of them is a, the other is -a.
The sum of two positive integers can never equal zero.
Their quotient is positive if the integers have the same sign;negative if the integers have different signs;zero if the dividend is zero (and the divisor is not).