Yes, you can have negative and positive integers.
No, but it is an integer [number].
Every integer is.
It is not an integer but is a rational number.
There is no such number: every whole number is an integer.
For any integer, there is a whole number that is bigger, and for any whole number, there is a integer that is bigger.
No, -8.5 is not an integer. An integer is a number without any fractions.
Yes. 45 is an integer.
A negative Number
45 is real, rational, whole, natural, odd, composite, and an integer.
45 is an integer which is a rational number. So the question makes no sense.
Indeed, 45 is a composite number. Its positive integer factors are 1, 3, 5, 9, 15, 45.
It is a composite number because it has more than two factors
45 is an integer - neither a proper nor a mixed fraction.
If you mean 45 then it is a composite number because it has more than two factors
A real, positive number; an integer between 43 and 45.
It is any number of the form 45*n where n is an integer.
Yes it is. Any whole number or integer ending with the digit 5 (other than the number 5 itself) is composite.
a whole number is an integer. that is, a number without any other parts added on to it. 45 would be a whole number, and 45.67 would not be.