IN MATH: 1. n. a whole number or the opposite of a whole number. EX. Six and negative six are both integers: they are also the opposites of each other. EX.

  • I Got Your Number - number systyems. Counting or natural numbers are at the very bottom, the smallest set.

IN ENGLISH: 1. as defined above.

APPLICATION: (see list 130)

1. List the integers greater than -6 but less than 2.

Write in algebraic symbols.
2. an integer
3. the next integer after that.
4. the next integer after that one.
5. The sum of two consecutive integers is seven. (Let x be the smaller integer.)

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