An integer is a positive or negative whole number. For example, 38, 4, 0, -12, -399 are all integers. Fractions, decimals and percents are not integers because they are not whole numbers.

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Integers are numbers that do not have a fractional part; they include counting numbers, negative of counting numbers, and zero. A counting number, or a natural number, is a number that can be used to count. Examples of c...

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A positive integer is a whole number greater than zero, and a negative integer is a whole number less than zero. Whole numbers are numbers without any fractions or decimals. These numbers are also called counting numbers...

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A composite number is a positive whole number that can be divided evenly by a number other than itself and one. For example, 12 is a composite number, as it can be divided evenly by three and four.

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An extremely difficult math equation is the Jacobi-Madden equation, a4 + b4 + c4 + d4 = (a + b + c + d)4 where variables a, b, c and d can be any positive integer, negative integer or zero. The Jacobi-Madden equation is ...

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A positive integer is a number greater than zero that can be expressed without using a fraction. Five, 72 and 100,000 are all examples of positive integers.

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A prime number in math is an integer greater than 1 that is evenly divisible by only 1 and the number itself. One is not considered a prime number, because prime numbers by definition have two factors, and the number 1 o...

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