Question

# Write down a pair of integers whose sum is 0.

Hint: Integers consist of positive counting numbers and negative counting numbers and zero. Consider each pair of numbers/ integers whose sum will form zero. Find out such a kind of pair.

An integer is a double number, which is not a fractional number that can be positive, negative or zero.
The set of an integer is denoted as z and it is defined as
$z=\{.....,-3,-2,-1,0,1,2,3,....\}$
Integer is a number with no fractional part (no decimals).

From the above,
Integers include the counting numbers {1, 2, 3â€¦.}, zero (0) and the negative of the counting numbers {-1, -2, -3â€¦.}.
We can write a lot of pairs where the sum of the integers is zero.
For example, consider a positive counting number 15 and a negative counting number 15.
The sum of the positive counting number and the negative counting number gives the value zero.
Sum = 15 + (-15) = 0
There are lots of similar pairs eg: - (-1, 1), (-2, 2), (-3, 3), (-4, 4) etc.
Note:
There are many possibilities of getting a pair of integers where sum is zero. But the number has to be the same with the opposite sign.
For example: - Taking (-2, 2). Both the digits are 2 and the sign opposite to each this. This kind of pair will give the sum zero.
If taking (-2, 4), where the digit is different, it wonâ€™t give the sum zero.