an integer plus and integer will always be an integer. We say integers are closed under addition.
If the integer subtracted is smaller than or equal to the first integer, then the answer is positive. Otherwise, if the integer subtracted is larger, then the answer is negative.
One plus one does equal two. If you have one object, then bring in another object, you will have one more than what you started with. That would be two.
50 IS an integer- - - so the integer equal to it is..... 50
A positive integer plus a positive integer is equal to a positive integer. For example, 2 + 2 = 4. The two digits being added together are called the addends, while the answer is called the sum.
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.
Yes, and also a negative integer divided by a negative integer is equal to a positive number (but not necessarily an integer).
Any integer can be expressed as a fraction with the numerator equal to the integer and the denominator equal to 1.
In Mathematics, a square number is an integer that is the square of another integer. It is equal to a positive whole number multiplied by itself. For example, 9 is a square number because it is equal to 3x3.
Only if the absolute value of the positive number is higher.
One number is divisible by another number if that division results in an integer.
It is 2.
The largest integer equal to -100 is -100. The largest integer less than -100 is -101.