# A n integer is greater than 0?

Not always because it could be less than 0 as for example -3 because an integer is a whole number without decimals or fractions

### Why are decimal numbers not integers?

For simplicity I will assume you're working in base x, for any integer x greater than 1, although the argument extends to integers greater than 1 in absolute value (note that in base -1,1 all decimal numbers are in fact integers and that in base 0 decimals are not very well defined). In base x, x can of course be conveniently denoted as 10, so in the remainder of this answer I will work in… Read More

### Is it true that the square of a number is greater than the number itself?

It depends on what you mean by a number. If n is a positive integer (except for 1), then n^2 is greater than n. If n = 0 or 1, then n and n^2 are equal. If n = 1/2, then n is greater than its square. If n is negative, then n is always less than its square.

### Why must the product of any two numbers greater than 1 be a composite number?

A composite number is a positive integer which has a positive divisor other than one or itself. In other words, if 0 < n is an integer and there are integers 1 < a, b < n such that n = a × b then n is composite. By definition, every integer greater than one is either a prime number or a composite number. The number one is a unit - it is neither prime… Read More

### What is a rectangular number 93 120 301?

A rectangular number is any number greater than or equal to 2, that is the product of an positive integer n multiplied by the integer that comes before it. So 2x1 for example or 5x4 or 10x111. If you look at the number 93120301=n(n+1), this number is rectangular if n^2+n-93120301=0 has a solution that is a positive integer. There is no integer solution so that number is not rectangular. How about 93? n^2+n-93=0 also has… Read More

### What is 101 as a fraction renamed to a mixed number?

101 is a whole number and so it makes hardly any sense to rename it as a mixed number, but, if you were really keen to do it, you could write it as 101 0/n, where n is any integer greater than 0.

### What is the number that no value of can be greater than for the solutions to the equation in fermats last theorem?

Fermat's last theorem states that the equation xn + yn = zn has no integer solutions for x, y and z when the integer n is greater than 2. When n=2, we obtain the Pythagoras theorem.

### How many polygon do we have?

Infinitely many. For each integer n (greater than 2), there is a polygon with n sides or n vertices.

### Proof of Nth root is irrational?

You can't prove this proposition because it isn't true. Proof: the fifth root of 1024 is 4, and 4 is not irrational. It is true that, when N is an integer greater than 1, the Nth root of any integer greater than 1 is either an integer or irrational, but that's a different matter.

### For how many integer values of N will the value of the expression 4N plus 7 be an integer greater than 1 and less than 200?

1 < 4N + 7 < 200 Subtract 7: -6 < 4N < 193 Divide by 4: -1.5 < N < 48.25 Since N is an integer, it can take all integer values from -1 to 48 inclusive, that is 50 of them.

### What are two equivalent fractions for 9 12ths?

Take any integer, n, greater than 1. Then (9*n)/(12*n) will be an equivalent fraction.

### What fraction is equivalent to 13 over 14?

Pick any integer n, greater than 1. Then (n*13)/(n*14) is an equivalent fraction.

### What are two equivalent fractions for 2 7ths?

Take any integer, n, greater than 1. Then (2*n)/(7*n) will be an equivalent fraction.

### What are two eqivalent fractions for 1over 6?

Take any integer, n, greater than 1. Then (1*n)/(6*n) will be an equivalent fraction.

### What are the equivalent fraction of 16 over 20?

Take any integer, n, greater than 1. Then 16*n/(20*n) will be an equivalent fraction.

### What is ascending geometric sequence?

A geometric sequence is : a•r^n which is ascending if a is greater than 0 and r is greater than 1.

### What proposes every even no. greater than 2 is the sum of 2 primaries?

Goldbach's conjecture: Every even integer n greater than two is the sum of two primes see below for the reference

### What is the quantum mechanical interpretation of spin?

Not to be confused with spin angular momentum, the spin of a charged particle is associated with a magnetic dipole moment. All fermions (elementary particles) have spin 1/2. And spin comes as n/2 where n is an integer greater than or equal to 0.

### What can be a solution for n 2nplus 6 is greater than 9?

2n + 6 > 9 → 2n > 3 → n > 1.5 → n could be 2, 3, 4, ... (Assuming n is an integer.)

### Write a c program to find the number of and sum of all integers greater than 100 and less than 200 that are divisible by a given integer x?

int num = 0; int sum = 0; int x = { ... some value ... } int i; for (i = 101; i < 200; i++) { if (i % x == 0) { num ++; sum += i; } } printf ("Count: %d Sum: %d\n", num, sum);

### What is the probability of selecting a prime number?

That depends how large the numbers are that you choose from. If you choose a random number close to "n", the probability that "n" is a prime number is approximately 1 / ln(n).

### Write a C program to add an integer and a decimal number?

include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int n; // number to convert to binary while (cin >> n) { if (n > 0) { cout << n << " (decimal) = "; while (n > 0) { cout << n%2; n = n/2; } cout << " (binary) in reverse order" << endl; } else { cout << "Please enter a number greater than zero." << endl; } } return 0; }//end main

### The sum of two integers with different sings is 8?

Choose any integer. Let's call it "n". Then subtract 8 - n, to get the other integer. (For the two integers to have different signs, one of the integers must be greater than 8, the other will be negative.)

### What are two equivalent fractions for eight tenths?

4/5ths and 16/20ths Take any integer, n, greater than 1. Then (8*n)/(10*n) will be an equivalent fraction.

### What figure has the most obtuse angles?

There is no limit to the number of obtuse angles a figure can have. A regular n-gon has n obtuse angles where n is any positive integer greater than 4.

### Write a Vb code for Armstrong number?

Dim no As Integer, r As Integer, sum As Integer = 0, n As Integer = 0 Console.WriteLine("Enter number" & vbLf) no = Int32.Parse(Console.ReadLine()) n = no While n > 0 r = n Mod 10 n = n \ 10 sum += r * r * r End While If sum = no Then Console.WriteLine("{0} is a Amstrong number", no) Else Console.WriteLine("{0} is not a Amstrong number", no) End If Console.ReadLine()

### How many integers n greater than and less than 100 are there such that if the digits of n are reversed the resulting integer is n plus 9?

I'm assuming the question should read n greater than 10 and less than 100 and there are 8 numbers that satisfy this, 12 23 34 45 56 67 78 89 So the answer is d http://www.webanswers.com/share-question.cfm?q=how-many-integers-n-greater-than-and-less-than-100-are-there-such-that-if-the-digits-of-n-are-the-is-1379ff | http://www.webanswers.com/answer/1566078/education/how-many-integers-n-greater-than-and-less-than-100-are-there-such-that-if-the-digits-of-n-are-the-is-1379ff | http://www.webanswers.com/report-abuse.cfm?q=how-many-integers-n-greater-than-and-less-than-100-are-there-such-that-if-the-digits-of-n-are-the-is-1379ff&p=1566078

### What do you call the product of all positive integers from a given integer to 1?

For integers greater than 1 the product down to 1 is called factorial, indicated mathematically as N! wher N is the highest integer For example 5! = 5 factorial = 5x4x3x2x1 = 120

### What is the rule in adding integers?

The set of integers is closed under addition.Addition is commutative and associative. There exists a unique number, 0, such that n + 0 = 0 + n for any integer n. For every integer m, there exists an integer m' such that m + m' = m' + m = 0. m' is denoted by "-m".

### How many vertices prism have versus triangular pyramid?

A triangular pyramid has 4 vertices. A prism has 2n vertices where n is any integer greater than 2.

### Lim x approaches 0 x x x x-?

When the limit of x approaches 0 the degree on n is greater than 0.

### Can 0 be evenly divided by 4?

Can A be evenly divided by B? Let's re-phrase the question: Does there exist an integer n, such that Bn = A? Can 0 be evenly divided by 4? Does there exist an integer n, such that 4n = 0?

### A faction in witch the numbers is greater than or equal to the denominator?

Suppose the number is n/d. Then n/d >= d => n <= d2 if d < 0 or n >= d2 if d > 0.

### What is Fermat's Last Theorem?

Fermat's Last Theorem is sometimes called Fermat's conjecture. It states that no three positive integers can satisfy the equation a*n + b*n = c*n, for any integer n greater than two.

### If n plus 4 represents an odd integer the next larger number odd integer is represented by?

Every integer is either even (divisible by 2) or odd (not divisible by 2). Since an even number plus 1 is odd and an odd number plus one is even, because 1 does not divide 2. We know (n + 4) is odd. The next integer is (n + 4 + 1) = (n + 5), because an odd number plus 1 is even, (n + 5) is even. The integer after (n + 5)… Read More

### How are integers rational numbers?

Rational numbers are of the form n/m where n and m<>0 are integers. Since for each integer n and integer 1 we know that n = n/1, each integer is a rational number.

### Two times a certain integer is 6 more than twice its square Find the integers?

Let the unknown integer by n. 2n = 6 + 2n2 : 2n2 - 2n + 6 = 0 For a quadratic equation an2 + bn + c = 0 then the equation has no real roots if b2 - 4ac < 0 : In the example b2 - 4ac = 4 -48 = -44 as this < 0 then the original expression cannot have a real integer solution.

### What is even numbers greater than 50?

There are infinitely many of them so it is not possible to give a list. All numbers of the form 50+2n, where n is a positive integer, will fit the bill.

### Why is zero even?

The mathematical definition of an even number is An integer n is even if there exists and integer m such that n = 2m. Is zero an integer? Yes. Does there exist an integer m such that 0 = 2m. Yes. Let m = 0 and 0 = 2 x 0. Additionally, additive rules state that even + even = even odd + odd = even. Under these rules, zero can be even, but cannot… Read More

### What is 820 as a mixed number?

820 is n integer: it does not make sense to express it as a mixed number but if you must, it is 820 0/n where n is any integer.

### If l is greater than m and m is greater than n what is the relationship between the values l and n?

l is greater than n

### How to solve integer exponents?

Positive exponents: an = a*a*a*...*a where there are n (>0) lots of a. Negative exponents: a-n = 1/(a*a*a*...*a) where there are n (>0) lots of a.

### Why in division there sometimes there is a remainder?

If q is a divisor which is greater than 1 and n is an integer, then q*n = x and q*(n + 1) = q*n + q = x + q. That is, q goes evenly into x, and the next multiple is x + q. So for q does not go into any integer between x and x + q, that is, it leaves a remainder for each of them.

### What a C program that will accept an integer N as input if and only if that integer N lies within 0-9999 Then it will produce the summation of its digits and lastly prints the integer as well as the?

#include<stdio.h> main() { int N,num,sum=0; do { printf("Enter a number:\n"); scanf("%d",&N); if((N>9999)(N<0)) { printf("Wrong Number\n"); } while((N>9999))(N<0)); num=N; while(N>0) { sum=sum+N%10; N=N/10; } printf("Sum of digits of the number%d is%d",N,sum); } }

### Write a function to find birary the equivalent of integer and display it?

#include<stdio.h> main() { int bin[50],i=0,j,n; printf("Enter an integer "); scanf("%d",&n); while(n!=0) { bin[i++]=n%2; n=n/2; } for(j=i-1;j>=0;j--) printf("%d ",bin[j]); return 0; }

### How do you Write a java program with a while loop to find smallest n such that n2 is greater than 10000?

int n = 0; while( (n*n) <= 10000 ) { ++n; }

### What are all the agons in math?

There are infinitely many and it is not possible to enumerate them. Besides, most mathematicians would refer to n-gons for most integer values of n that are greater than 12 - even though a classican name might exist.

### Write a program to find the number of and sum of all integers greater than 100 and less than 200 that are divisible by 7?

int num = 0; int sum = 0; // First number greater than 100 that is divisible by 7 is 105. // To find the next number that is divisible by 7, simply add 7. for(int n = 105; n < 200; n+=7) { // Update totals. ++num; sum += n; }

### Is 0 an even number?

An even number is an integer of the form n = 2x where x is an integer. Therefore, zero IS an even number.

### What is any natural number and 0?

N : Numbers which are greater than 0(1,2,3...) are known as natural number sets. Number sets which contains 0(eg 0,1,2,3...) are whole numbers.