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2. Introduction to Integers

Introduction to Numbers

Natural Numbers : The collection of all the counting numbers is called set of natural numbers. It is denoted by N = {1,2,3,4….}

Whole Numbers: The collection of natural numbers along with zero is called a set of whole numbers. It is denoted by W = { 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, … }

Properties of Addition and Subtraction of Integers

For every integer a and b,  a+b and a–b are integers.

for every integer a and b,  a+b=b+a

for every integer a,b and c, (a+b)+c=a+(b+c)

For every integer a, a+0=0+a=a here 0 is Additive Identity, since adding 0 to a number leaves it unchanged.

Example : For an integer 2, 2+0 = 0+2 = 2.

For every integer a, a+(−a)=0 Here, −a is additive inverse of a and a is the additive inverse of-a.

Example : For an integer 2, (– 2) is additive inverse  and for (– 2), additive inverse is 2. [Since + 2 – 2 = 0]

Properties of Multiplication of Integers

Properties of Multiplication of Integers

Closure under Multiplication

For every integer a and b, a×b=Integer

Commutative Property of Multiplication

For every integer a and b, a×b=b×a

Multiplication by Zero

For every integer a, a×0=0×a=0

Multiplicative Identity

For every integer a, a×1=1×a=a. Here 1 is the multiplicative identity for integers.

Associative property of Multiplication

For every integer a, b  and c,  (a×b)×c=a×(b×c)

Distributive Property of Integers

Under addition and multiplication,  integers show the distributive property.

i.e., For every integer a, b  and c,  a×(b+c)=a×b+a×c

These properties make calculations easier.

Division of Integers

Division of Integers

When a positive integer is divided by a positive integer, the quotient obtained is a positive integer.

Example: (+6) ÷ (+3) = +2

When a negative integer is divided by a negative integer, the quotient obtained is a positive integer.

Example: (-6) ÷ (-3) = +2

When a positive integer is divided by a negative integer or negative integer is divided by a positive integer, the quotient obtained is a negative integer.

Example: (-6) ÷ (+3) =−2 and Example: (+6) ÷ (-3) = −2

The Number Line

Number Line

Representation of integers on a number line

On a number line when we

(i) add a positive integer for a given integer, we move to the right.

Example : When we add +2 to +3, move 2 places from +3 towards right to get +5

(ii) add a negative integer for a given integer, we move to the left.

Example : When we add -2 to +3, move 2 places from +3 towards left to get +1

(iii) subtract a positive integer from a given integer, we move to the left.

Example: When we subtract +2 from -3, move 2 places from -3 towards left to get -5

(iv) subtract a negative integer from a given integer, we move to the right

Example: When we subtract -2 from -3, move 2 places from -3 towards right to get 1

The absolute value of +7 (a positive integer) is 7

The absolute value of -7 (negative integer) is 7 (its corresponding positive integer)

Addition of two positive integers gives a positive integer.

Example : (+3)+(+4) = +7

Addition of two negative integers gives a negative integer.

Example : (−3)+(−4) = −3−4=−7

When one positive and one negative integers are added, we take their difference and place the sign of the bigger integer.

Example : (−7)+(2) = −5

For subtraction, we add the additive inverse of the integer that is being subtracted, to the other integer.

Example : 56–(–73) = 56+73 = 129

Introduction to Zero

Integers

Integers are the collection of numbers which is formed by whole numbers and their negatives.

The set of Integers is denoted by Z or I. I =  { …, -4, -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4,… }

Properties of Division of Integers

Properties of Division of Integers

For every integer a,

(a) a÷0 is not defined

(b) a÷1 = a

Note:  Integers are not closed under division

Example: (– 9) ÷ (– 3) = 2. Result is an integer.

and (−3)÷(−9)= 1/3. Result is not an integer.

Multiplication of Integers

Multiplication of Integers

Product of two positive integers is a positive integer.

Example : (+2)×(+3) = +6

Product of two negative integers is a positive integer.

Example :(−2)×(−3) = +6

Product of a positive and a negative integer is a negative integer.

Example :(+2)×(−3) = −6 and (−2)×(+3) = −6

Product of even number of negative integers is positive and product of odd number of negative integers is negative.

These properties make calculations easier.