What Is a Positive Integer and a Negative Integer?

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Positive integers are all whole numbers that are greater than zero for instance, one, two, three, four and five whereas negative integers are the whole numbers that are lesser than zero, which is the opposite, for instance; negative one, negative two and negative three. For each positive integer, there is always a negative integer where they are referred to as opposites.
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Any integer, other than 0, has a positive as well as a negative version. -0 is the same as +0, and so the two are treated as a single number.
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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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1. Let us multiply (15/16) by (32/25) and divide by (2/18) Notice that these are all positive fractions. When multiplying fractions we multiply the numerators and then multiply the
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Since integers can't contain a decimal place, and the "bigger" the negative
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A positive integer is a number without any sign such as 1; it automatically shows that it is a plus number such as +1. A negative integer is any real number that is less than zero and will always have a negative sign starting then the number such as; -1.
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