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Greggar Deterville5,696 Points
How is my answer to this question wrong? Which of these is an example of an Integer?
The answers were: 127 3.14 .0000009 -112345
I chose all as correct. But was told that 3.14 and .0000009 are not integers.
Steven Parker221,323 Points
As explained in the lesson, integers are "whole numbers".
Numbers may have decimal points to represent fractions of a whole number, but those that do are not integers.