Q: Which integer is between -3 and plus 3?

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zero?

It is 2.

3 + 0 = 3

Because adding a negative is the same as subtracting a positive. In other words, minus a plus is he same as plus a minus. For example 5+ (-3) = 5-3 = +2 5 -(+3) = 5-3 = +2 Remember minus a plus = = minus plus a minus = minus plus a plus = plus minus a minus = plus

This is (3x +2)2 so if x is an integer/3, this expression is the square of an integer so cannot be prime. Anything else, and it's not even an integer.

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zero?

It is 2.

3 + 0 = 3

Because adding a negative is the same as subtracting a positive. In other words, minus a plus is he same as plus a minus. For example 5+ (-3) = 5-3 = +2 5 -(+3) = 5-3 = +2 Remember minus a plus = = minus plus a minus = minus plus a plus = plus minus a minus = plus

an integer plus and integer will always be an integer. We say integers are closed under addition.

It cannot be done. The basic rules of math. odd integer plus odd integer = even integer. odd integer plus even integer = odd integer. Always. odd integer plus odd integer plus odd integer = odd integer. Always.

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This is (3x +2)2 so if x is an integer/3, this expression is the square of an integer so cannot be prime. Anything else, and it's not even an integer.

The integer part of the mixed fraction will be 2.

no an integer is only 0 1 2 3 and so on

A real, positive number; an integer between 43 and 45.

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