what is magnitude of an integer?

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Answered: -35-20= ?

-55. If the signs are the same, add, if they're different subtract, the sign will be that of the larger number.

Answered: What is the magnitude in this equation? (Thank you!)

We need two other variables: temperature and pressure.

Answered: How are integers and rational numbers different?

Integers are whole numbers like 5 and 6 that you can count with. Rational numbers are fractions like 1/4 and 2/3 and improper fractions like 8/5 and decimal fractions like 0.25 . Irrational numbers include things like square root of 2, and pi.

Answered: Which integers have exactly five factors?

210 (the five factors are: 1,2,3,5,7)

Answered: Which 2 consecutive integers have a sum of -105?

The average is -105/2=-52.5, so the integers are -53,-52

Answered: Magnitude of force

Unfortunately, your diagram did not come through. If you would like, please send me an email on either MS Word 2007 or later of PDF that contains your diagram. rocmike3@aol.com
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Loop on the array and for each number calculate what is its position in the number. Than, raise that number in the power of 10 and multiply it by the number in the array. An example in pseudo code would look like this: a = (1,2,3) number = 0 for i=0; i < length(a); i++ number = number + (a[i ...