# Where can you use integers at?

Every aspect of mathematics depends upon integers, and even if you don't do any mathematics, you count things with integers. If you even want to know how many guests you are having for dinner, you need to use integers.

### What are the uses of integers?

There are several different ways that you can use integers in everyday situations. For example you can use integers in the Winter, you use them with the temperature.

### When do we use integers?

We use integers when using whole numbers that do not include fractions and decimals

### What culture was the first to use negative integers?

The Chinese and Hindu were the first to use negative integers

### What methods can you use to solve for the sum or difference of integers?

To solve for the sum, you use addition.To solve for the difference you use subtraction.

### How do you use integers every day?

We you integers everyday by: In bank accounts The temperature In golf In the stock market (These are just a few of the ways you can use integers. There are many other ways too!)

### How can you use integers to reprsent the speed and velocity of an object?

You can sometime use integers but often speed or velocity can also be irrational.

### Which culture was the first to use integers?

Integers are the whole numbers. Indian and Chinese mathematician were the first to contribute in the concept of using integers.

### What are two uses of integers?

You can use them for counting, which is in fact addition. You can also use them for subtracion. Integers are natural numbers. This means you don't use decimals or fractions.

### What are some ways you use integers in everyday life with out even knowing you are?

in golf u use integers hahahahahah oh yeahh

### What do they use integers in hockey?

Hockey players have integers allocated to them - these are the numbers emblazoned on their outfits.Goals scored by each side are counted using integers.

### How do use integers in your everyday life?

Every time you count things, you recite a list of integers.

### Could you use decimals in a factor tree?

No. Factors of integers are also integers (whole numbers).

### Why isn't 0 a whole number?

Actually it is. Well, it depends what definition of "whole number" you use. Some definitions include only positive integers, some use it as a synonym of "integers". Therefore, due to this ambiguity, the phrase "whole numbers" would better be avoided in math. Rather, use words or phrases like "integers", "positive integers", or "non-negative integers", to convey the exact meaning, without ambiguity.

### When do you use integers in life?

Integers are used everyday in life. The counting numbers are a subset of the integers and we use them every day. Another name for the counting numbers is the natural numbers. So the positive integers are used to count objects all around us. Now 0 is an integer also and we use it all the time as you might guess. What about the negative integers? We use those when we talk about very cold temperatures… Read More

### How do you use integers in a sentence?

The difference between integers and floats is that integer numbers don't contain decimals.

### Why do you use integers in your lives?

We use integers in our lives because they are everywhere in our life and we use them all the time. we use them when calling someone or even reading a book. we use them in school and we need them daily in our lives, like in work, when you look at the clock, you read time which you are also looking at integers. And integers help us everyday in many ways. They are all around… Read More

### Real world situations with integers?

You use integers in golf, temperature (not body temp. because those sometimes use decimals), football yardage, weight, globes, and maps.

### Who uses integers?

Anyone who is doing math above 8th grade has to use integers, or at least know how to use them! Unless in special classes than they are learning at a lower level!

### What careers do you use integers for?

I'm thinking that a stock marketer uses integers to symbolize if a stock has gone up or down.

### Rules in subtracting like and unlike sign?

to subtrct integers ,rewrite as adding opposites and use the rules for addtion of integers..

### What are some specific jobs where you would you use integers?

All i know is there are none though the integers can be used logically in daily life .

### The product of 2 consecutive odd integers when they equal 35?

what is the formula to use to solve the product of two consecutive odd integers

### How integers relates to the daily human lifes?

I don't know much about your daily life. But if you ever count anything, then you use integers to do it.

### Narutal numbers may be called integers?

Yes. Natural numbers are the counting numbers we use. Integers however contains also the negative values. So yes, natural numbers are integers, but the converse is not true though: integers are counting numbers is false.

### What is the use of integers in real life?

Counting, checking your bank account what has been deducted, reading a weather report, or even when you check your weight. The integers are positive and negative numbers we use in life.

### When do you use positive integers?

The set of natural numbers (counting numbers) {1,2,3,4....} corresponds to the positive integers. Note that the number 0 is neither positive nor negative. So anytime you want to count something you use natural numbers, which means you are also using positive integers.

### Integers in real life?

Here are some examples of where we use integers in real life:- To keep track of inventory in a supermarket Counting how many pages are in a book Numbering collections of objects A clock uses integers In recipes you use integers to find out how much of one ingredient is used in a recipes. For example 2 eggs, 1tsp of vanilla essence and 1tsp of water.

### Who use integers?

Anyone who is abouve 8th grade who is doing maths use them, or atleast have to know how to use them.

### What is the rule for subtracting integers?

To subtract integers u use kcc aka keep change change on the sighn and then u subtract normaly.

### Where in life DO WE USE integers used for?

EVERYWHERE ! An integer is any whole number. Therefore you would use integers in something as simple as calculating whether a retailer has given you the correct change or telling the time.

### What is the importance of integers?

-- Integers are very useful when you need to count things. -- If you are running short of decimal points and fraction bars, then integers are definitely the best numbers to use, since they don't need any of those.

### All whole numbers are integers?

all number can be negative or positive. :) The term "whole numbers" is ambiguous; sometimes it is used for integers, sometimes only for non-negative integers. It is better to use the more precise terms "integers", "positive integers", "non-negative integers", depending on what you want to say. it is also false if your looking for this answer caue it could be like 0.3,0.5 there not whole numbers

### What cultures first use integers?

The use of integers pre-dates culture. Early hominids would almost certainly have used positive integers to determine how their "gang" compared with the opposition to determine whether it made more sense to fight or hide. Or to communicate how many days' march the good hunting ground was.

### Do convience stores use integers?

Yes, they do. Many products are priced per item. And to figure out the total cost, you need integers to count the number of items.

### When you add two integers how can you decide whether it is a positive negative or zero?

That will depend on the two integers that you use. The result could be any of negative, zero or positive.

### You can use the same expressions to represent either consecutive odd or consecutive even integers?

Consecutive odd and even integers are both 2 apart. That is the reason we use the same denotation to represent them in an equation. x and x+2

### What job uses integers?

Mostly every job out there.... I probly cant name one job that doesn't use integers. But probably a mathematician or a teacher i would say