10 is an integer, and there is no sensible way to represent it as a fraction.
10 is an integer and so there is not really a sensible way of writing it as a fraction or mixed number.
10 is an integer, not a fraction. There is not really a sensible way of writing it as a fraction. However, if you must, you can use 10/1 as an equivalent fraction.
There are 8 bits in a byte, so a two byte integer would be 16 bits. The largest 16 bit integer possible would be 11111111111111112, which is 65535 in base 10.
170 is an integer and so there is no sensible way to represent it as a mixed number.
Yes -10 is an integer and a rational number
Any integer that is a multiple of 10 (those are the ones that end with 0) will yield an integer if you divide it by 10. Anything else will not.
Which integer represents 10 a.m. the same day
Its both -10 +10