No, it is not.
Molecules are made of cells, and cells are made up of atoms. So no, a cell is NOT bigger. Least to greatest size- atoms, cells, molecules No. Cells are not made of atoms. Molcules are larger than cells, but smaller than atoms. Atoms go to 10 to the negative tenth power. Molecules go to 10 to the negative ninth power. And cells go to 10 to the negative fith power.
If you subtract a negative number from another number, you always get a bigger number. That is because minus a minus is a plus So you could subtract any negative number from 10 and answer is bigger than 10.
10-7 is smaller than 10-2.
It depends. If the positive is bigger, than it will be positive (-5+10=5 is the same as 10-5=5). If it is smaller than the negative, it will be negative (-10+5=-5 is the same as 5-10)
10 to the negative 12 power
Yeah -10 is closer to zero which also means it is closer to being positive.
A Zillion is an unspecified number bigger than a trillion. A centillion is 1 to the power 100. A googloplex, the largest specified number to date is 1 to the power 10 to the power 100.
Please consider the following two facts: A negative number to an even power is positive; but a negative number to an odd power is negative. Any positive number is greater than any negative number.
is 10 grams bigger than 10 milligrams
No because +4 is bigger than -10
It is: 1.0*10-46
10 to the negative 5th power (10-5) equals 0.00001
it is 1/100,000,000 or 1/10 to the negative 8th power.
10 the the negative 6 power= 0.000001
Millionth is the name for the power of 10 to the negative 6 power. The prefix for this is micro.
10 to the negative 27th power (10-27) equals 0.000000000000000000000000001
10 is bigger than 8
no -10 is less than -4