NO, 8 and 4 cannot be opposite integers.Integers can be opposite by the difference in sign conversion of the same number. 8 and -8 are opposite.
It is the sign that is opposite, not the number But if the number magnitude is the same, it is correct to say that ,for example, negative 6 is the opposite of positive six. But negative 4 is not the opposite of negative 8, for example
The opposite of an even number is an odd number.
In number systems , the opposite of the number can be represented by changing and reversing the sign of the number. If 0.93 is the number then the opposite of the number would be -0.93
The opposite number on a die from 5 is 2.
The opposite sides of a die always total 7, so 2 is opposite to 5, 3 to 4 and 6 to 1
minus 4 Four is a number, it has no opposite.
The opposite of a 4 on a die is 3.
Opposite, as in additive inverse, is +4. Opposite, as in multiplicative inverse, is -1/4
The number 16 is opposite the number 4 on a standard dartboard.
positive number because on a scale of zero, the negatives are going to the left side and the opposite side has the same number but opposite, in this case, negative 4 is the opposite of 4
On a six-sided cube die, the opposite side is the 2. (the opposite sides add to 7)
The opposite (or inverse) of a number can be defined in a number of different ways. For example, the additive opposite of 4 is -4 but the multiplicative opposite of 4 is 1/4 or 0.25 Since the question concerns the product it would seem more appropriate to use the multiplicative opposite. Then, the product of a number and its opposite will be always 1. Incidentally, the product of a number and its additive opposite will be the negative square of the number. In neither case will it be zero.
Since "4" is on the positive side of the number line, "-4" would be the opposite because positives and negatives are opposites.
The opposite number of 16 on the dartboard is 4