# I

Inequality |
A mathematical statement indicating that two quantities (or expressions) are not in balance. [1] | patos akītewa |

[latex]12>3\\x<4\\7≠5[/latex] |

Input |
Contribution of information, ideas, opinions, or the like. [6] | ascikīy |

Integer |
The set of numbers consisting of the whole numbers (e.g., 1, 2, 3, 4, . . .), their opposites (e.g., —1, —2, —3, —4, . . .), and 0. [1] | kīci-akīta sona |

[latex]-17, 5, 0, 120[/latex] |

Inverse |
An element of a set that gives the identity element when combined with another given element. [4] | kwȇski akītason |

[latex]-5[/latex] is the inverse of 5 with respect to addition
[latex]\frac{1}{5}[/latex]is the inverse of 5 with respect to multiplication |