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# What is the difference between integers and fractions?

Integers are whole numbers, fractions are part of a whole number.

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Fractions are integers divided by integers. Percentages are the number of hundredths.

2436 and 1624 are integers, not fractions. And, as integers, they are unequal.2436 and 1624 are integers, not fractions. And, as integers, they are unequal.2436 and 1624 are integers, not fractions. And, as integers, they are unequal.2436 and 1624 are integers, not fractions. And, as integers, they are unequal.

Directed numbers have a positive or negative sign associated with them. (The positive sign may be implied). They can be rational fractions (including mixed numbers) or irrational. Integers cannot be fractions or irrational.

What is the difference between integers and whole numbers?

Fractions are not integers. They may or may not be rational numbers.

"Regular" fractions have integers for the numerator and denominator. Complex fractions have fractions at one or both of those spots.

the difference between two equal fractions is zero.

Integers are positive and/or negative numbers. Fractions are not integers because they are not originally positive or negative. However, they can both be put on a number line and be considered an integer. Fractions aren't integers unless put on a number line. Integers don't have to be on a number line to be considered an integer.

There is no difference in value between "equal" fractions: the difference is zero.

None of them, because none are fractions: they are all integers. None of them, because none are fractions: they are all integers. None of them, because none are fractions: they are all integers. None of them, because none are fractions: they are all integers.

No, they are improper fractions. They can be equivalent to integers if the numerator is a multiple of the denominator.

By using them in Math Class or teaching fractions, other then that, money, and estimating things between integers

No, they are not because fractions can be negative also. fractions aren't integers

Fractions are integers when their denominator is 1 or when the numerator has the same value as the denominator.

The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.

None. Integers can be negative, absolute values cannot. Absiolute values can be rational or irrational fractions, integers cannot.

There are no integers (or whole numbers) between two and three, only fractions.

A fraction is a ratio of two numbers. Fractions are typically ratios of integers (where the denominator is not zero), which makes them "rational." The root word of rational is ratio. You could have pi/2, or sqr(2)/2, both of which are fractions that are NOT rational.

Yes, the difference between two integers is always a whole number.

All three numbers that appear in the question are integers, not fractions!All three numbers that appear in the question are integers, not fractions!All three numbers that appear in the question are integers, not fractions!All three numbers that appear in the question are integers, not fractions!

No. The concept of consecutive makes sense for integers but not for fractions. Fractions are infinitely dense. This means that there are infinitely many fractions between any two numbers - including between any two fractions. So, given one fraction, f1, there cannot be a "next" or "consecutive" fraction, f2, because there are an infinite number of fractions between f1 and f2.

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