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... More »

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Integers are used in daily life when performing tasks such as recording temperature changes, taking inventory of supplies, and depositing or withdrawing money from a bank. For example, in terms of temperature changes, a ... More »

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. More »

To do two-step equations with integers, simplify the whole numbers in the equation. Isolate x in the equation by adding or subtracting the opposite whole number to both sides of the equation. Divide both sides by the num... More »

When adding integers, some basic rules apply: adding two positive numbers results in a positive answer and adding two negative numbers results in a negative answer. When adding a positive and a negative, students should ... More »

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A fraction is a part of a whole, and fractions are necessary when dealing with portions and amounts that are not whole numbers. Fractions are a part of mathematics and science, as well as simple household functions such ... More »

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A 100-number chart is a ten-by-ten grid that lists a set of 100 integers in order from least to greatest. In a typical chart, the number one is at the top left corner, while the number 100 is at the bottom right corner. More »

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