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The integer part (or truncation) of a real number corresponds to rounding towards zero. Thus, the integer part of a positive number is its floor, and the integer part of a negative number is its ceiling.

For example, the integer part of is 3. The integer part of is . Likewise, the integer part of the (real) cubic root of –1729 is

In the OEIS, sequences of nonintegers are sometimes given by their integer parts. For example, EXAMPLE GOES HERE. (Provide examples)[1]

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Notes

  1. Provide examples.

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