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  • 1. Integers • Integers are whole numbers that describe opposite ideas in mathematics. • Integers can either be negative(-), positive(+) or zero. • The integer zero is neutral. It is neither positive nor negative, but is an integer. • Integers can be represented on a number line, which can help us understand the valve of the integer.
  • 2. Positive Integers • Are to the right of zero • Are valued greater than zero. • Express ideas of up, a gain or a profit. • The sign for a positive integer is (+), however the sign is not always needed. • Meaning +3 is the same value as 3.
  • 3. Negative Integers • Are to the left of zero • Are valued less than zero. • Express ideas of down or a lose. • The sign for a negative integer is (-). This sign is always needed.
  • 4. Zero is neither positive or negative Negative integers are valued less than zero, and are always to the left of zero. Positive integers are valued more than zero, and are always to the right of zero.

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