A mixed number is either less than -1 or greater than +1.
The number which is more to the right is greater (when the line is in its normal position).
what is the greatest or least from the number line negative or greater
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.
the number on the right is the greater of two numbers
no, the further right you go on the number line, the greater the number
It IS on a Number Line. Set of Integers.
No, it is 2 less. Look at this number line. A number to the left of another is small not greater. <-----•------------•------------•--------------> -1 0 +1
One number greater than -5 on the number line is -4.
The number line goes from negative to positive and is usually depicted from left to right. The further left of zero a number is, the more negative it is. The further right a number is of zero, the more positive it is. A number is "greater" than another number if it lies further to the right on the number line. So 3 is greater than 1, which is greater than -7. 42.067 is a decimal between 42 and 43 on the number line. 42678 is more than a thousand times larger than it. We say 42678 is GREATER than 42.067, and 42.067 is LESS THAN 42678. :)
Numbers become greater proceeding to the right.
On a number line, the numbers start with zero and get larger as they move to the right, They are negative and get smaller as they move to the left from the zero. To find which number is greater, you can find the places of two numbers on the line and the one on the right is greater.
If the number line has negative numbers to the left of zero and positive numbers to the right then the further you go to the right, the greater the numbers become.
point on the number line is greater than 0 but less than 2 = 1
The number above the line will be greater than the number below the line eg 12/6 or 11/3 or 55/23
No. On the number line, the negative numbers move left of zero while the positive numbers move right of 0. The farther right a number is on the number line, the greater in value it is.
First, you draw a number line. You then make points for the counting numbers, and place the mixed numbers and decimals between these points, getting their own points and labels.
The numbers to the right are always greater.
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.)