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Nathan owes Michael $5.00.Nate expressed how much he owes as an integer.Michael expressed how much Nate owes him as an integer.What do the two integers have in common?

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    An integer is a whole number without fractions or decimals. So $5.00 expressed as an integer is just 5.

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    i don't know

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