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The rules are the same.

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What is Adding integers and rational number rules?

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Why are rules different for integers comppared to natural and whole numbers?

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What is the rules of integers in multiplication?

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What is the rules for dividing integers?

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What are the rules in adding subtracting multiplying and dividing integers?

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