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First of all, there's no way it could possibly be, simply because there's

no such thing as an 'interger'.

Next ... an integer never has anything but zeroes after the decimal point.

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-13 is an integer.

It is a special case of multiplication by a positive integer.

89 is an integer, not a fraction. The repeated decimal equivalents are 89.000....(repeating) or 88.999... (repeating).

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Multiplication by an integer is the same as repeated addition.

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-13 is an integer.

-13 is already an integer. It corresponds to the absolute value 13.

Integer.

It is a special case of multiplication by a positive integer.

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-13 is rational and an integer.

89 is an integer, not a fraction. The repeated decimal equivalents are 89.000....(repeating) or 88.999... (repeating).

-13/100

No, it is an integer.

2x + 1 is equal to or less than 13.

Negative 13 is an integer, not a fraction.

Yes, all negative whole numbers, including -13, are integers.