**2.** Noun. (context: mathematics) (pluralonly) The smallest ring containing the natural numbers; the set ''{... -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3 ...}''. ¹

¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Integers

**1.** integer [n] - See also: integer

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### Literary usage of Integers

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**1.** *Algebra: An Elementary Text-book, for the Higher Classes of Secondary* by George Chrystal (1904)

"Since the product of two **integers**, neither of which is unity, ... If two **integers**
have no common measure except unity they are said to be prime ..."**2.** *The Elements of the Theory of Algebraic Numbers* by Legh Wilber Reid (1910)

"**integers** of the Rational Realm. The positive and the negative rational ...
The sum, difference and product of any two rational **integers** are seen to be ..."**3.** *The Theory of Numbers* by Robert Daniel Carmichael (1914)

"THE THEORY OF NUMBERS CHAPTER I ELEMENTARY PROPERTIES OF **integers** ยง i. FUNDAMENTAL
NOTIONS AND LAWS IN the present chapter we are concerned primarily with ..."**4.** *College Algebra: With Applications* by Ernest Julius Wilczynski (1916)

"Factors or divisors of **integers**. Since some positive **integers** may be obtained by
multiplying together two or more others, it becomes important to understand ..."**5.** *Development of Mathematics in the 19th Century* by Felix Klein, Robert Hermann (1979)

"THE THEORY OF ALGEBRAIC **integers** AND ITS INTERACTION WITH THE THEORY OF ALGEBRAIC
FUNCTIONS By an algebraic integer we understand a root x of an equation ..."**6.** *College Algebra* by James Harrington Boyd (1901)

"The sum of the first n **integers** has been found in 526. 604. Sum the First n Odd
**integers**. Suppose it is observed that (1) 1 + 3 =4 = 2', ..."**7.** *First Course in Algebra* by Herbert Edwin Hawkes, William Arthur Luby, Frank Charles Touton (1917)

"Even **integers** are those exactly divisible by 2. Odd **integers** are those not ...
Consecutive **integers** are **integers** arranged in the natura? order, like 6, 7, ..."