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# integers

- The whole numbers , plus their counterparts less than zero, and zero. The
*negative*integers are those less than zero (–1, –2, –3, and so on); the*positive*integers are those greater than zero (1, 2, 3, and so on).

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This simplifies the task of “locating a root”; that is, of finding between what integers the root lies.

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All so-called integers are but fractional parts of this kosmic unity.

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We can not take a part of the integers, for instance the first three, and prove they satisfy the definition.

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This statement includes the case where the domain of the argument consists exclusively of positive integers.

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Organization postulates the differentiation of organs and their combination into integers.

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