Zero is more than, not less than the number negative 1.
It means that the number is zero or more, just not less than zero. "Positive" means more than zero. "Non-negative" means either zero or else more than zero.
Zero is more than any negative amount as it is not a negative amount. It is neither positiver nor negative.
negative 2, and zero
A negative number is less than zero.
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 because anything negative is less than zero.
Zero is Greater than every negative integer
0.1 is not negative, it is positive. A negative number is a number that is less than zero. 0.1 is greater than zero.
no zero is greater
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 zero, and negative numbers are less than zero
A positive number is greater than zero; a negative number is less than zero.
Yes, zero is technically bigger than negative one.
In math, positive means greater than zero, and negative means less than zero.
positive times negative equals negative
The easiest way to see it is: Positive means greater than zero Negative means less than zero So zero is neither of these.
any negative number is less than zero
Anything less than zero would be a negative number.
No. All negative numbers are less than zero.
Zero is neither negative nor positive. By definition, a positive number is greater than zero. Similarly, a negative number is less than zero. Zero itself does not fit into either of those categories, and is thus neither negative nor positive; it is neutral. "Negative zero" then, is equal to -1 × 0, which equals 0.
In math, a positive is a number greater then zero, and a negative number is less than zero.
The answer depends on what a "wale" is: in particular, whether it is negative, positive or zero.