What is another word for integer?

Pronunciation: [ˈɪntɪd͡ʒə] (IPA)

An integer is a whole number that can be both positive and negative. There are various synonyms for the word integer, including whole number, positive number, negative number, natural number, and rational number. A whole number is a number that has no decimal or fraction, which includes both positive and negative integers. Similarly, positive numbers refer to all the integers that are greater than zero, while negative numbers include all the integers that are less than zero. Natural numbers are all the positive integers from 1 onwards, while rational numbers refer to all the numbers that can be expressed as a fraction of two integers.

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What are the opposite words for integer?

Integer is a mathematical term that refers to a number that can be expressed without any fractions or decimals. Some antonyms for integer include "fraction," which refers to a number that represents a part of a whole or a ratio of two quantities, and "decimal," which refers to a number that has a decimal point and fractional parts. Another antonym for integer is "irrational," which refers to a number that cannot be expressed as a ratio of two integers and has an infinite decimal expansion. "Complex number" is another antonym for integer, which refers to a number that has both a real and an imaginary component.

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Usage examples for Integer

It is just the organ of awareness by the organism of itself as an integer which must adjust itself to the specific condition within the disturbed vegetative apparatus.
"The Glands Regulating Personality"
Louis Berman, M.D.
Mr. Lowe fancies that when he pays one and sixpence, he pays in integers, and so he does, if his integer be a penny or a sixpence.
"A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II)"
Augustus de Morgan
3, 83, Tu toties mutata ducum juga rite tulisti integer, etc.
"Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius"
Samuel Dill

Famous quotes with Integer

  • Numbers are the product of counting. Quantities are the product of measurement. This means that numbers can conceivably be accurate because there is a discontinuity between each integer and the next.
    Gregory Bateson
  • Cadets are people. Behind the gray suits, beneath the Pom-pom and Shako and above the miraculously polished shoes, blood flows through veins and arteries, hearts thump in a regular pattern, stomachs digest food, and kidneys collect waste. Each cadet is unique, a functioning unit of his own, a distinct and separate integer from anyone else. Part of the irony of military schools stems from the fact that everyone in these schools is expected to act precisely the same way, register the same feelings, and respond in the same prescribed manner. The school erects a rigid structure of rules from which there can be no deviation. The path has already been carved through the forest and all the student must do is follow it, glancing neither to the right nor left, and making goddamn sure he participates in no exploration into the uncharted territory around him. A flaw exists in this system. If every person is, indeed, different from every other person, then he will respond to rules, regulations, people, situations, orders, commands, and entreaties in a way entirely depending on his own individual experiences. Te cadet who is spawned in a family that stresses discipline will probably have less difficulty in adjusting than the one who comes from a broken home, or whose father is an alcoholic, or whose home is shattered by cruel arguments between the parents. Yet no rule encompasses enough flexibility to offer a break to a boy who is the product of one of these homes.
    Pat Conroy
  • The number of syllables in the English names of finite integers tends to increase as the integers grow larger, and must gradually increase indefinitely, since only a finite number of names can be made with a given finite number of syllables. Hence the names of some integers must consist of at least nineteen syllables, and among these there must be a least. Hence "the least integer not nameable in fewer than nineteen syllables" must denote a definite integer; in fact, it denotes 111, 777. But "the least integer not nameable in fewer than nineteen syllables" is itself a name consisting of eighteen syllables; hence the least integer not nameable in fewer than nineteen syllables can be named in eighteen syllables, which is a contradiction. This contradiction was suggested to us by Mr. G. G. Berry of the Bodleian Library.
    Bertrand Russell

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