# What is an Integer

The integers include the natural numbers, the zero and the negative numbers. For example, these are 13, 0 and -4. They must always be “whole”: numbers with a comma and decimal places — such as 1.5 — are therefore not included.

What integers are (and what are not) and how to calculate them, you will learn here. This is what we are looking at:

An explanation of what integers are.

Many examples of how to deal with integers.

Tasks / exercises so that you can practice this number type yourself.

A video on this topic.

A question and answer section on integers.

Let’s take a look at what integers are. Part of the whole number are the natural numbers. If you want to learn something about these, you can also take a look at the natural numbers first.

What is an example of a integer?

What is meant by integers in maths?

Can a negative number be an integer?

Is 0 an integer yes or no?