It is bigger
yes, the smaller the negative number the bigger it actually is
no, all negative numbers are smaller than positive numbers
1.0 is bigger than 0.1.
No it is smaller than 0
depends on the impact
No, because a negative is never bigger than a positive number. So -8 is smaller than +8.
You can have negative fractions so it depends. it depends if you have a negative fraction you could have -1/2 but 1/2 is bigger than -1/2. negative numbers will always be smaller than positive numbers.
Yes it is greater. When counting in negative number or using them in math, the smaller the negative number, the bigger it is
-1/6 since the number is smaller than what is being subtracted the answer will be negative to get it you simply subtract the smaller number from the bigger and add the negative sign
No. 0.036 is smaller than 0.054.Only -0.036 (negative) is bigger than -0.054
No, It is less. Look at this: -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 smaller................bigger The larger the negative number, the smaller it gets, because it is getting more negative.
any positive number is larger than a negative. a bigger negative number like -1000 is smaller than -500, which is smaller than 0, think about it like a number line.
-118 is bigger than -214 by 96. It is because on negative number line a smaller number is bigger than the bigger one.
Globe is smaller than earth.
Yes it is yes because the integer -3 is closer to 0 than -4 the bigger the negative, the smaller the number.
no negative numbers are always smaller than positive numbers..... you can draw out a numberline and see any number to the left of the number zero is negative and to the right is positive
Any NEGATIVE number is SMALLER then 0, or less in value(-1,-2,-3...) BUT COUNTING numbers are GREATER than 0 (1,2,3...)
5 yards is smaller than 175 inches.
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)