Q: Is a negative number higher when it is farthest from the 0?

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A non-negative integer is a whole number above 0, and a negative integer is a whole number below 0.

No, zero is not negative or positive.

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Dividing by a number (between 0 and 1) will result in a higher magnitude number than the original. If the number was positive, then it will be a bigger number, if the number was negative, the answer will be 'more negative'

Any positive number to the 0th power is one. ex. (51^0 = 1) Any negative number to the 0th power is negative one. ex. (-23^0 = -1) The exception is 0. 0^0 = 0

0 is neither a positive nor negative number. neither

That's a negative number.

The number for sea level would be 0. Everything above it is a higher number and everything lower is a negative number.

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A non-negative integer is a whole number above 0, and a negative integer is a whole number below 0.

No, zero is not negative or positive.

In Java:if (myNumber > 0) System.out.println("The number is positive);else if (myNumber < 0) System.out.println("The number is negative);else System.out.println("The number is equal to zero);In Java:if (myNumber > 0) System.out.println("The number is positive);else if (myNumber < 0) System.out.println("The number is negative);else System.out.println("The number is equal to zero);In Java:if (myNumber > 0) System.out.println("The number is positive);else if (myNumber < 0) System.out.println("The number is negative);else System.out.println("The number is equal to zero);In Java:if (myNumber > 0) System.out.println("The number is positive);else if (myNumber < 0) System.out.println("The number is negative);else System.out.println("The number is equal to zero);

always 0 whether positive or negative number

Yes and no. The integer value of 0 is and cannot be either positive or negative.(counted numbers like the count on sesame street does are integers). There are conditions in higher math where negative values are approaching 0 so closely they are called -0, but that's a special case.

No.