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An **integer **is a whole number __(____not a fraction____)__ that can

be positive, negative, or zero. Therefore, the numbers 10,

0, -25, and 5,148 are all examples of**integers**. **Integers**__ __

cannot have decimal places.

be positive, negative, or zero. Therefore, the numbers 10,

0, -25, and 5,148 are all examples of

cannot have decimal places.

When two **integers** are added, subtracted, or multiplied, the result is

also an integer. However, when one integer is divided into another,

the result may be an integer or a fraction. For example, 6 divided by

3 equals 2, which is an integer, but 6 divided by 4 equals 1.5, which

contains a fraction. Decimal numbers could by rounded to produce

an integer result.

also an integer. However, when one integer is divided into another,

the result may be an integer or a fraction. For example, 6 divided by

3 equals 2, which is an integer, but 6 divided by 4 equals 1.5, which

contains a fraction. Decimal numbers could by rounded to produce

an integer result.

>** What are Integers?** W**hat are Sign Numbers?**<

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note: the number zero is an integer but it is not positive or negative

Adding integers with the

same signs

Adding integers when the

signs are opposites

Subtracting integers

Dividing integers

multiplying integers

same signs

Adding integers when the

signs are opposites

Subtracting integers

Dividing integers

multiplying integers

Definition of sign numbers: a number preceded by a positive or

negative sign.

negative sign.

This number line shows examples of Integers

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