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just come up with some real life situation, such as this. Say I am 50 and you are 25.. just pretend. So the word problem would be something like, mathdoc is twice as old as the person asking (PA for short) . That would not be enough info, so we would also need something like, Mathdoc is 25 years older than PA.. Using these two equations, we can find the intgeer answer. Can do it with temperatures, and a million other things. Get the idea?
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Answer in a math book
A decimal or fraction is not an integer. An integer is a positive or negative whole number. Meaning that a positive or negative fraction or decimal is not an integer.yes b…y what the paper says
It comes from the Latin words 'in' = negative, and 'tangere' = to touch. The original meaning was 'untouched' which came to mean whole, entire.
When solving a word problem why is it important to check if the final answer makes sense for the problem?
Is it really that much of a pain to check to see if your answer is correct? Do you want the points for that paper your turning in? Do you even care for your grade on that …paper? Would you like to fail the word problems? just check your answer if you want to get the answer correct jeeze
How do you solve a problem with an integer and a variable when the variable is not in place of a number?
A variable must be in place of a number, or representing a range of possible values. Otherwise, it is a constant and so yous imply replace it with the value of that cons…tant.
FIND Three consecutive integers such that the sum of the second and the third is 17 Which equation would be used to solve this word problem?
If the first of these consecutive integers is x, the second integer would be x + 1, and the third integer would be x + 2. Since the sum of the second and the third i…nteger is 17, we can write x + 1 + x + 2 = 17 2x + 3 = 17 2x + 3 - 3 = 17 - 3 2x = 14 2x/2 = 14/2 x = 7 Thus, the consecutive integers are 7, 8, and 9.
when it affects the people
Of course. But why? int *p = (int *)"string";
Use data-type 'long long' or 'int64_t' (from inttypes.h)
No, it's a math and algebra word .It means a whole number, positive or negative. No fractions .
you can add subtract multiply and divide them.
In Board Games
Intangible, integer, integral, integrate, integration and integrity are words. They begin with the letters INTEG.
Certainly depending on the problem regarding whole numbers which has not been given.