# Math

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please give me an example of a positive and a negative nonzero integer.

Thank you.

• Math -

*integer: any WHOLE number including zero (can be positive or negative)

*positive integer:
2, 5, 7
*negative nonzero integer:
-3, -4, -1

so there,, :)

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