A mixed number is either less than -1 or greater than +1.
No, it is 2 less. Look at this number line. A number to the left of another is small not greater. <-----•------------•------------•--------------> -1 0 +1
A number is greater than another number if it is more positive than the second number. 21.1 is more positive than 20. If you want to think of it in terms of the number line: If you write the number line horizontally with negative numbers to the left, zero in the middle and positive numbers to the right a number is greater than another if it is to the right (on the number line) than the second. 21.1 is to the right of 20, so 21.1 is greater than 20.
Try to visualize the numbers on a number line. If one number is more to the right than another one (with the number line in standard position), it is greater. Specifically, any positive number is greater than any negative number.
what is the greatest or least from the number line negative or greater
the number on the right is the greater of two numbers
It IS on a Number Line. Set of Integers.
Because say if you drew a number line and you couldonly write numbers from 0 to1.Those two are whole numbersthis numbers right here whichare 1 and 1/3 is a mixed numberA mixed number has a whole number and a fraction. If the whole number part of a mixed number is less than a whole number, then the mixed number will be less than the whole number. For example,7 1/3 < 823 3/4 < 1004 1/2 > 4Any number between ' 1 ' and ' 2 ' is a mixed number, butit's less than any whole number that's greater than 1.
no, the further right you go on the number line, the greater the number
A number line is usually drawn in such a way that as you count,you move to the right along the number line.On a line drawn like that, greater numbers are farther to the right.(When you count, greater numbers come later.)