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INTEGER. Whole, untouched. Res integra means a question which is new and undecided. 2 Kent, Com. 177.

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Last year, we managed to achieve, in cooperation with our partners, a whole number of positive results in key avenues of global politics.
moves her finger along the number-line until she reaches 2], found 2 and look at the 3 [locates whole number 3 on the numberline] as well.
A model of student error patterns in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division is presented for elementary teachers, along with guidance on combining error analysis with specific interventions to help students working on whole number computation.
the purchase price of common stock = 770 Yen - {(the surplus dividends per share approved at Pentax's annual general meeting of shareholders for the 77th period) - 7 Yen} (in the event the result is not a whole number, the purchase price will be rounded to the nearest Yen).
A positive number rounds to the right of the decimal; a negative number rounds to the left; and zero rounds to the nearest whole number.
Now youngsters are to benefit from a whole number of treats - from the latest teenage books to free manicures - thanks to local businesses.
It would be easier to gain consumers' understanding and pass on the 10 yen flat to product prices, because we would have to round off those higher prices with decimal places stemming from the tax rise to the nearest whole number,'' the official said.
A spokesman for Halifax Estate Agents, which did the survey, said: "Prices are influenced by a whole number of things.
While certainly only a small proportion of the whole number of these conversos achieved such financial and social success, enough did that by the early sixteenth century most patrician families of Seville had a least some Jewish ancestry.
He began the session with a short quiz: Choose any whole number between 2 and 9.
Note: Percentages are rounded to the nearest whole number.