What does integer -1000 mean?


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2015-02-07 19:53:24
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It is a whole number that is 1000 less than zero.

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None. 1000 does not have an integer square root. 312 = 961 and 322 = 1024 and there is no integer between 31 and 32 so there can be no integer whose square is 1000.

1416 is an integer 1000 is an integer A rational number is any number produced by dividing two integers. As such yes 1.416 is a rational number of 1416/1000

No, because 1000 is a rational number

I think you mean integer - whole, complete.

If you mean 21517 then it is an integer because it is a whole number. If you mean 2.1517 then it is not an integer because it is not a whole number.

They are elements of the infinitely large set of numbers of the form 1000*k where k is an integer.

There are no integer palindromes between 1,000 and 9,000 that are divisible by 20.

It is an integer which is the successor to the integer 3.

An integer is a whole number without fractions or decimals

There is just a single palindromic integer between 1000 and 1100 - this is 1001.

It means 'entire' - a number is an integer when it is whole, and not a fraction.

An integer is a number which does not have a decimal part at all.

i dont get what you mean because any number is an integer, technically...

"Integer" comes from Latin and means "whole" or "intact."

If you mean 5110 then it is an integer because it is a whole number

The next integer or whole number is: 1000

An integer is a whole number. Adding a integer would just mean to add a whole number.

median = 100, mean = 1000 set of numbers = {a,b,100,c,d} a+b+100+c+d = 5000 As the set contains distinct numbers, and there is no range that is given in the problem, we can consider the set of numbers as {1,2,100,101,4796} So the largest possible integer can be 4796.

They are members of the set of numbers of the form 7*k where k is an integer which takes 1000 different values..

no. Only whole numbers are integers like 1 or 50 or 1000. Any number with no digits on the right of the decimal point is an integer

If you mean -20 then it is an integer because it is a whole number

An integer is a whole number with no decimals or fractions. So 7 is and integer but 7.0 or 7.3 are not integers.

133/1000 is in its simplest form.

Yes 1000 is a multiple of 5 because 200*5 = 1000. Any integer larger than 5 that ends in 0 or 5 is divisible by 5.

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