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# Is AnyOne Good with Integers!!

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Ellenwood,Georgia
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I need a person who is good with integers and the numbers line in math to help me.....Please if you are please respond,inbox me

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I need a person who is good with integers and the numbers line in math to help me.....Please if you are please respond,inbox me

Whats that?

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The integers(from the Latin integer, literally "untouched", hence "whole": the word entire comes from the same origin, but via French[1]) are formed by the natural numbers (including 0) (0, 1, 2, 3, ...) together with the negatives of the non-zero natural numbers (−1, −2, −3, ...). Viewed as a subset of the real numbers, they are numbers that can be written without a fractional or decimal component, and fall within the set {..., −2, −1, 0, 1, 2, ...}. For example, 21, 4, and −2048 are integers; 9.75, 5½, and 2 are not integers.

The set of all integers is often denoted by a boldface Z (or blackboard bold , Unicode U+2124 Z), which stands for Zahlen (German for numbers, pronounced ['tsa?l?n]).[2]

The integers (with addition as operation) form the smallest group containing the additive monoid of the natural numbers. Like the natural numbers, the integers form a countably infinite set.

In algebraic number theory, these commonly understood integers, embedded in the field of rational numbers, are referred to as rational integers to distinguish them from the more broadly defined algebraic integers.

The integers can be formally constructed as the equivalence classes of ordered pairs of natural numbers (a, b).[3]

The intuition is that (a, b) stands for the result of subtracting bfrom a.[3] To confirm our expectation that 1 − 2 and 4 − 5 denote the same number, we define an equivalence relation ~ on these pairs with the following rule:

precisely when

Addition and multiplication of integers can be defined in terms of the equivalent operations on the natural numbers[3]; denoting by [(a,b)] the equivalence class having (a,b) as a member, one has:

The negation (or additive inverse) of an integer is obtained by reversing the order of the pair:

Hence subtraction can be defined as the addition of the additive inverse:

The standard ordering on the integers is given by:

It is easily verified that these definitions are independent of the choice of representatives of the equivalence classes.

Every equivalence class has a unique member that is of the form (n,0) or (0,n) (or both at once). The natural number nis identified with the class [(n,0)] (in other words the natural numbers are embedded into the integers by map sending n to [(n,0)]), and the class [(0,n)] is denoted −n (this covers all remaining classes, and gives the class [(0,0)] a second time since −0 = 0.[citation needed]

Thus, [(a,b)] is denoted by[citation needed]

If the natural numbers are identified with the corresponding integers (using the embedding mentioned above), this convention creates no ambiguity.[citation needed]

This notation recovers the familiar representation of the integers as {... −3,−2,−1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...}.

Some examples are:

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integer
definition l: any of the natural numbers, the negatives of these numbers, or zero

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I need a person who is good with integers and the numbers line in math to help me.....Please if you are please respond,inbox me

Sorry, we only do fractions and such, 'round here.

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The integers(from the Latin integer, literally "untouched", hence "whole": the word entire comes from the same origin, but via French[1]) are formed by the natural numbers (including 0) (0, 1, 2, 3, ...) together with the negatives of the non-zero natural numbers (−1, −2, −3, ...). Viewed as a subset of the real numbers, they are numbers that can be written without a fractional or decimal component, and fall within the set {..., −2, −1, 0, 1, 2, ...}. For example, 21, 4, and −2048 are integers; 9.75, 5½, and 2 are not integers.

The set of all integers is often denoted by a boldface Z (or blackboard bold , Unicode U+2124 Z), which stands for Zahlen (German for numbers, pronounced ['tsa?l?n]).[2]

The integers (with addition as operation) form the smallest group containing the additive monoid of the natural numbers. Like the natural numbers, the integers form a countably infinite set.

In algebraic number theory, these commonly understood integers, embedded in the field of rational numbers, are referred to as rational integers to distinguish them from the more broadly defined algebraic integers.

The integers can be formally constructed as the equivalence classes of ordered pairs of natural numbers (a, b).[3]

The intuition is that (a, b) stands for the result of subtracting bfrom a.[3] To confirm our expectation that 1 − 2 and 4 − 5 denote the same number, we define an equivalence relation ~ on these pairs with the following rule:

precisely when

Addition and multiplication of integers can be defined in terms of the equivalent operations on the natural numbers[3]; denoting by [(a,b)] the equivalence class having (a,b) as a member, one has:

The negation (or additive inverse) of an integer is obtained by reversing the order of the pair:

Hence subtraction can be defined as the addition of the additive inverse:

The standard ordering on the integers is given by:

It is easily verified that these definitions are independent of the choice of representatives of the equivalence classes.

Every equivalence class has a unique member that is of the form (n,0) or (0,n) (or both at once). The natural number nis identified with the class [(n,0)] (in other words the natural numbers are embedded into the integers by map sending n to [(n,0)]), and the class [(0,n)] is denoted −n (this covers all remaining classes, and gives the class [(0,0)] a second time since −0 = 0.[citation needed]

Thus, [(a,b)] is denoted by[citation needed]

If the natural numbers are identified with the corresponding integers (using the embedding mentioned above), this convention creates no ambiguity.[citation needed]

This notation recovers the familiar representation of the integers as {... −3,−2,−1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...}.

Some examples are:

Thaqnks when I seen this I thought it looked more like algebra  too complication for me, thanks for explaining it.

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Use Mirror #'s Use prs. with your  Key* numbers the most Vivid thing in your dream go up or down on #'s.  Flip  6=9 9=6  Bullseyes  0 or 1 for Pick 4 and the P. 5  Play the other part of doubles.  Do the Whole nine yards for a P. 4* P. 5*  or 0 thur 9  for P. 4  P. 5 from my dreams or hunches good Luck.. Write your Dreams down Play for 3 days.  Good Luck All.

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integer
definition l: any of the natural numbers, the negatives of these numbers, or zero

This is probably just a request from some one who hasn't an idea how to develop a winning lottery system and doesn't want to waste time learning to anyone who is willing to spend time developing such a system for him for no compensation.

That some one is Me Idesire$and yes i have lots of ideas on how to develop as well as has developed winning lottery systems.You may want to check me out on YOUTUBE (dickeylavee) I want to learn in another way because all my time is valuable so I never waste it.And if you no so much why just make a comment on the definition of Integers. The number line is much deeper than what you think I just wanted to see if anyone sees it in a different way other than me. Thanks for defining the word Ellenwood,Georgia United States Member #60994 April 21, 2008 470 Posts Offline  Posted: April 30, 2012, 8:42 pm - IP Logged Thanks for the info I see integer as on the number line not as algebra because you have a positive and negative side on the number line and when dealing with numbers you are positive and negative meaning adding and subtracting so people don't just limit your minds because I think something is there Maybe I will make a video on how I see it. Thanks Ellenwood,Georgia United States Member #60994 April 21, 2008 470 Posts Offline  Posted: April 30, 2012, 8:43 pm - IP Logged Whats that? Thanks for the info I see integer as on the number line not as algebra because you have a positive and negative side on the number line and when dealing with numbers you are positive and negative meaning adding and subtracting so people don't just limit your minds because I think something is there Maybe I will make a video on how I see it. Thanks Ellenwood,Georgia United States Member #60994 April 21, 2008 470 Posts Offline  Posted: April 30, 2012, 8:45 pm - IP Logged Sorry, we only do fractions and such, 'round here. Open your mind to so much more im learning each day you will be amazed the number line integers is where its at........... Ellenwood,Georgia United States Member #60994 April 21, 2008 470 Posts Offline  Posted: April 30, 2012, 8:49 pm - IP Logged I need a person who is good with integers and the numbers line in math to help me.....Please if you are please respond,inbox me http://go.hrw.com/resources/go_sc/hst/HSTMW091.PDF mid-Ohio United States Member #9 March 24, 2001 16123 Posts Offline  Posted: April 30, 2012, 10:00 pm - IP Logged That some one is Me Idesire$ and yes i have lots of ideas on how to develop as well as has developed winning lottery systems.You may want to check me out on YOUTUBE (dickeylavee) I  want to learn in another way because all my time is valuable so I never waste it.And if you no so much why just make a comment on the definition of Integers. The number line is much deeper than what you think I just wanted to see if anyone sees it in a different way other than me. Thanks for defining the word

Thanks for defining the word

No problem, I just looked it up in a Merriam-Webster' Collegiate Dictionary program I brought at Odd-Lots for $5 a couple of years ago. * The fundamentals of winning a lottery jackpot * * play a lottery you can win * kings mountain United States Member #118682 November 5, 2011 183 Posts Offline  Posted: April 30, 2012, 10:17 pm - IP Logged I need a person who is good with integers and the numbers line in math to help me.....Please if you are please respond,inbox me adding integers... same signs..add and keep the same sign..example -3+-6=-9 different signs..subtract and keep sign of largest #..example -3+8=5.....-9+4=-5 subtracting integers...same, change, change and follow rules for addition -6-9=keep 6 the same, change - to +, change 9 to -9= -6+-9=-15 mult and div of integers...signs alike=positive...signs different=negative..examples -8x9=different signs=negative=-72....-7x-3=signs alike=positive=21 same goes with division... 99/-3=different signs=negative=-33 Ellenwood,Georgia United States Member #60994 April 21, 2008 470 Posts Offline  Posted: May 1, 2012, 10:25 am - IP Logged Thanks for defining the word No problem, I just looked it up in a Merriam-Webster' Collegiate Dictionary program I brought at Odd-Lots for$5 a couple of years ago.

lol thanks

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Thankyou thats what i see as well

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