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Can We found INTEGERS between TWO INTEGERS..True or False?? Why or Why not?

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@mathslover

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@KingAditya

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@UnkleRhaukus

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@mukushla

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ahha must say that grammatical mistake : can we found? or can we find?

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may or may not ....

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don't try to point out mistake @mathslover

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False...

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why?? @mathslover

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why??

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plz help @mathslover

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now .... because 5 and 4 are integers so we have no integer between them

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but still we have 5 and 8 that is 6,7 are the integers between 5 and 8
hence it is may or may not be

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we can find by average method...

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Well there are always two sides of the coin...
Yes you can find a find a integer in between two if the differ by atleast 1

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ok so let us take :
5 and 6
(5+6)/2 = 11/2 (not an integer) @mayankdevnani

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for ex @punnus

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@mayankdevnani the example is given by me... 5 and 6 and 5 and 8

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let us 4 and 1 @mathslover

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are you looking for more than none integer between the 2 or even one will work

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(4+1)/2 = 5/2 ( not an integer )
though we have 2 and 3 as integers between 4 and 1

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oh !! sry 3 and 1

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(3+1)/2 = 4/2 =2 (an integer)
it only works in some cases

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I will say "may or may not be" in this quest.

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so, what's answer

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is the question "we can always find..."

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no @satellite73

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I hope for another option " may or may not be " or "none of these"

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i think!! thnx..

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You r welcome ....