What Is a Distinct Integer?

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An integer is a number, which does not have any fractions. A distinct integer is therefore a whole number, which can either be positive distinct integer or a negative distinct number.
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An integer is number with no fractional part. Distinct integers won't be the same as any
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An integer is a whole number that can't be a fraction. For example, a great example of an integer is 1 or 234 and even 234234. However it can't be 1.32 or 2.34.
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the largest integer of distinct power is 28
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The word integer comes from the Latin. Literally it means untouched, but its usual meaning is entire, having no part taken away, or whole. When applied to numbers, it refers to
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