No. For any integer, you can add one to get an even greater integer.
No, any number with a decimal point is not an integer, it is a real number.
Any real number can be divided by any other real number, including the integer 196.
It is the real number whose length represents the distance from the zero on the line to the point on the line.
An integer is a positive whole number. So, and thing less than one, or a decimal. Examples: 1.5 -5 12.6 -2.32
It can be any number: integer, rational, real, complex.
You cannot, because there is no greatest integer. If you thought you had one, then move just one unit to the right and you will have an integer which is greater.
There is no integer which is not a real number.
Integer, rational and irrational numner, real number
It is not a natural number but it is an integer and a real number.
All integers are real numbers.
Every integer is also a rational number and a real number.
No, 3.4 is not an integer. It is a rational number and a real number, but not an integer.
Yes. An integer has no fractions and if you can write it, it's a real number!
Yes, zero is a real number. If you can plot it on a number line, it is real. It is also an integer, a whole number, a rational number, and could probably be designated as a few other types of numbers.
Any integer is both.
It is real, rational, integer and a whole number.It is not an irrational number nor an interger - there is no such thing!