Positive numbers are larger than negative ones.
positive numbers are greater than zero, and negative numbers are less than zero
because numbers on the are bigger than the numbers on the left in number line
no- it depends on the absolute values of the numbers. The sum is negative only if the absolute value ( the value without the sign) is larger than the positive number. example -98 + 100 is positive because 100 is larger than 98. -100 + 98 is negative because 100 is larger than 98.
Greater than. Positive numbers are greater than negative numbers.
All positive numbers are greater than all negative numbers.
no negative numbers are always smaller than positive numbers..... you can draw out a numberline and see any number to the left of the number zero is negative and to the right is positive
no, all negative numbers are smaller than positive numbers
negative numbers are numbers less than zero. negative numbers have a negative sign in front of them EX: -9 negative nine positive numbers are anything more than zero. EX: 9 positive nine
Positive numbers are greater than negative numbers. Decimals can be either positive or negative.
Negative numbers are smaller than positive numbers.
No, 3 is bigger than -4 because -4 is below zero and therefore a negative number. 3 is a positive number and is above zero. All positive numbers are larger than negative numbers.
Yes, if you are adding 2 numbers together and the value of the negative number is larger than the value of the positive number. Yes, if you are multiplying a positive and a negative number together. Yes, if you are dividing a positive and a negative number by each other.
A negative number is defined as a number that is less than zero. Positive numbers, on the other hand, are more than zero. You can see that positive numbers are greater than negative numbers because they are all above zero, which negative numbers are not.
No. Negative numbers are always smaller than positive numbers.
Because positive numbers are to the right of negative numbers on the number line. If you have two numbers, one the negative of the other, and you add the positive to the negative, you get zero. If you add the positive to zero, you get a positive number. So positive numbers are an increase from zero, which is an increase from negative numbers. A negative number may have a greater absolute value than a positive number, but it will always be less than a positive number.
A positive ion is larger.
Yes, 8 is larger than -3. The difference between the two numbers is 11.
No, the rule for multiplication is much easier than that. If the two numbers have the same sign, then their product is positive. If they have different signs, then their product is negative.
All positive numbers are greater than negative numbers.
Positive plus positive equals positive. Negative plus negative equals negative. Positive greater than negative equals positive. Negative greater than positive equals negative.
It depends. If the negative number is larger than the positive number, then it will be a negative. If the positive number is larger than the negative number, then it will be a positive. Example 1: -9 + 6 = -3 Example 2: 17 + (-13) = 6