# what is the history of integer?

Intergers were invented in 1563 when a guy by the name of Arbermouth Holst was doing his famous experiments on fluffy bunnies. After caging a number of bunnies in a hutch together he discovered that there were more bunnies after 6 months. Then he thought: 'Hey, why not invent a number system which is totally unclosed under addition and multplication?' He then spent 15 years living as a hermit in the Scottish Alps eating bad cheese and rancid meat working on his new set of number theorems. Eventually, he decided that a number set which was not closed under addition or multplication was actually impossible and went back home.

When he got home, however, he discovered that the bunnies had mulplied or added (he wasn't sure) and the whole number system had got out of control so he called in Chuck Norris. Chuck Norris made sure the bunnies obeyed the new laws of interger numbers. Ever since integers have been a well-behaved number set.

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The history of Integer’s dates back to Babylonian times which is about 4000 year old, after Babylonians. Greeks again made some changes in the system of Algebra and integers given by Babylonians. "Diophantus of Alexandria”, Greece gave the concept of solving system or Set of equations using integers in year 250 A.D. This concept was applicable for finding solutions for both single equation and set of equations involving one or more than one unknown variables but the result obtained was always in the form of whole numbers.

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THE HISTORY OF  INTEGERS START FROM THE REQUIREMENT OF INTEGERS .

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it dates back to babylonian times(400 years back).

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Intergers were invented in 1563 when a guy by the name of Arbermouth Holst was doing his famous experiments on fluffy bunnies. After caging a number of bunnies in a hutch together he discovered that there were more bunnies after 6 months. Then he thought: 'Hey, why not invent a number system which is totally unclosed under addition and multplication? ' He then spent 15 years living as a hermit in the Scottish Alps eating bad cheese and rancid meat working on his new set of number theorems. Eventually, he decided that a number set which was not closed under addition or multplication was actually impossible and went back home.

When he got home, however, he discovered that the bunnies had mulplied or added (he wasn 't sure) and the whole number system had got out of control so he called inChuck Norris. Chuck Norris made sure the bunnies obeyed the new laws of interger numbers. Ever since integers have been a well-behaved number set.