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Q: How do you use negative integers in real life?

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banking, accounting to know if you owe money

Counting, checking your bank account what has been deducted, reading a weather report, or even when you check your weight. The integers are positive and negative numbers we use in life.

The Chinese and Hindu were the first to use negative integers

Integers are used everyday in life. The counting numbers are a subset of the integers and we use them every day. Another name for the counting numbers is the natural numbers. So the positive integers are used to count objects all around us. Now 0 is an integer also and we use it all the time as you might guess. What about the negative integers? We use those when we talk about very cold temperatures. For example, it is -20 is North Dakota and -20 is a negative integer.

they aren't used in real life, not unless you need them in a situation were you would need to use them.

That's like asking, "How do you use numbers in real life". Maybe you're referring to the negative portion, in which you use when you owe something. Postive numbers are used often also, say on a food label or a price tag. Zero, is used when you have nothing, bur you don't owe anyone. This would happen a lot, yes?

In calculating fractions.

i use integers in real life by checking the temepture, and even your health in video games or anything as long as it has a whole number in. So getting payed for a job, or buying something. You could also use it to count how many pages in a book, or tell time.

when it is positive or negative (+or -)

weather and sports

One common use is temperature when it is very cold. We commonly talk about negative numbers degrees as a temperatures when it is below zero.

Anybody who looks at a clock is going to see the numbers 1-12, and on a digital clock the numbers 00 through 59. There are many other integers you will see in daily life. When you look at the weather report you will see integers representing temperature (maybe even negative integers, depending on where you live).

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Yes, it can!

That will depend on the two integers that you use. The result could be any of negative, zero or positive.

It is possible to live a long and productive life without ever multiplying a negative number outside of a classroom.

The first place to use negative integers was China around 200 B.C

Golf, Hockey, Football

Here are some examples of where we use integers in real life:-To keep track of inventory in a supermarketCounting how many pages are in a bookNumbering collections of objectsA clock uses integersIn recipes you use integers to find out how much of one ingredient is used in a recipes. For example 2 eggs, 1tsp of vanilla essence and 1tsp of water.

all number can be negative or positive. :) The term "whole numbers" is ambiguous; sometimes it is used for integers, sometimes only for non-negative integers. It is better to use the more precise terms "integers", "positive integers", "non-negative integers", depending on what you want to say. it is also false if your looking for this answer caue it could be like 0.3,0.5 there not whole numbers

in golf u use integers hahahahahah oh yeahh

integers are numberIt's used in banks, thermometers, it's whole number that is negative! It's very important to know.----If this has something to do with school, then I would say integers are easy, and important. If they seem hard for you (as you obviously think they're useless), then study more, you'd benefit from it, and use it "in the real world".

We use integers in our lives because they are everywhere in our life and we use them all the time. we use them when calling someone or even reading a book. we use them in school and we need them daily in our lives, like in work, when you look at the clock, you read time which you are also looking at integers. And integers help us everyday in many ways. They are all around us.Also when you use them, you are using some positive numbers and some negative numbers.Positive sign: + Negative sign: -

Integers can be found in many places. Any where you find a number, a street address, a telephone number, etc. is an integer. Take in mind that in a telephone number, the number itself is not an integer, integers create how the number looks. You find integers in temp.(not body temp. because you use decimals in body temp.) and also in stock market change. With the stock market only use the point change. Football is probably the best example because you gain and loose yards. Golf is a great example also. Speed is also represented by integer. Basically, anything not a decimal is an integer.

Every time you count things, you recite a list of integers.