Negative numbers are always less than their absolute value.
300. Numbers only change when put in absolute value if they are negative. The absolute value just takes the positive number of all positive and negative numbers.
No. The absolute value of negative nine is greater than the absolute value of 3.
The sum of two negative numbers is positive and the sum of two negatives is negative. If you have both positive and negative numbers the sum can be either so look at the absolute value. If the negative number has a greater absolute value, the sum is negative. If the positive number has a greater absolute value the sum is positive. If the absolute values are equal, the sum is zero.
Negative numbers can be classified as either prime or composite because they still have their absolute value
No. That is only true for non-negative numbers. The value of a negative number, such as -3 , is negative 3. But its absolute value is 3.
A negative number is prime if and only if its absolute value is prime.
No. The absolute value is the distance a number is from zero. It is always represented by a positive number. The absolute value of any positive number and its negative counterpart is the same.
Non-negative real numbers.
The statement is true.