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i got never mind i got it wrong so
integer is a positive or negative whole number
Why did no one choose "rational" as the answer.
It appears that there is a lot of guessing going on here.
The guessing indicates a lack of understanding of the "number family."
I'll try to find the "number family" graphic and post it before another OP gets an answer wrong.
I recommend that the OP ask "How do you know" before accepting direct answers.
Those direct answers are a violation of the OpenStudy Code of Conduct.
rational is the answer :)
If so, how did this happen:
>>i got never mind i got it wrong so @imqwerty
take any integer say n it can be either positive or negative
we can write it as n/1 and this is applicable to all integers
and n/1 is a rational number format
where n and 1 are relatively prime :)
so we can clearly see that every integer is a rational number (:
Number Family Graphic attached.
May be of help for some.