dB expresses the ratio of two powers.Negative dB doesn't mean negative power.It means a negative ratio . . . less power compared to more power,or the power decreased.
No. Negative 12 is less.
Negative 5 is less than negative 4.
Negative 163 is less than negative 5.30 is.
Less than negative 11
If the input and output are expressed in volts, then negative gain means a 180Â° phase shift. If the ratio of output to input is expressed in dB, then negative gain means attenuation, i.e., less power out than power in.
negative fourth fifths is less than negative one-third
Negative 6 is greater than negative 8 because -8 is 8 less then 0 and -6 is only 6 less then zero..
I assume you mean "negative integer exponents".It means that: * It is an exponent * It is an integer (whole number) * It is negative (less than zero, i.e., with a minus sign) A negative exponent is defined as the reciprocal of the positive exponent. For example, 10 to the power -5 is the same as 1 / (10 to the power 5).