Zero is neither positive or negative.
No, not counting zero,the difference is always positive since minus a minus is plus
There are just three possible cases: Positive integer: positive x positive = positive. Negative integer: negative x negative = positive. Zero: zero x zero = zero.
No. Zero is neither positive nor negative.
An integer is any negative or positive whole number, or zero.
No, zero is an integer but it is neither a postiive nor a negative integer.
When the absolute value of the positive integer is the same as the absolute value of the negative one.
Zero counts as neither positive nor negative. It is a neutral integer
Zero is neither positive nor negative.
A negative number can be an integer. An integer is any positive or negative whole number including zero.
The sum of zero and a negative integer can never be zero - it will always be negative and nonzero. Although zero is also an integer, it is neither negative nor positive and cannot be the other integer used.
It can be a negative or positive fraction, a negative or positive integer, or zero.
Zero and the negative numbers.
positive times negative equals negative
Positive integers are greater than zero. Negative integers are less than zero.
Yes. "Integer" includes positive numbers, negative numbers, and zero.
Yes, an integer can be positive, negative, or zero. An integer is simply a number without decimals.
By definition, a negative integer is any integer less than zero. Similarly, a positive integer is any integer greater than zero. It should be immediately obvious that an integer cannot be both less than and greater than zero. Therefore, a negative integer cannot be greater than a positive integer.
Neither. It is in between positive and negative but it is still an integer.
Yes, -17 is an integer. Any number that is a negative or positive whole number or zero is an integer.
A negative integer is a whole number that is smaller than zero. It is the additive inverse of a positive integer.
No. It is nonnegative. Zero is neither positive nor negative.