Not necessarily, if the decimal is also negative. eg -4 is not greater than -3.5
The result is less than the whole number and greater than or equal to the decimal. Unless the whole number is negative in which case the result is greater than the whole number and less than or equal to the decimal.
If the decimal is positive, than a negative number is less than 0.
No, it is not.
It is the positive number which is greater than the negative number
Yes. a decimal is a positive number. you can have negative decimals too
Yes, unless the 3 digit number is negative, or a decimal.
Yes, the decimal number 8.8 is greater than the decimal number 12.12.
no , because the negative integer is not a whole number. A whole number is greater than a negative ! (:
how do you create a decimal or a mixed number that is either greater or less than any number
A negative number is less than a positive number. Think about it this way: a negative number is less than 0. A positive number is greater than 0. Therefore, a negative number must be less than a positive number.
Yes, 1.320 is greater than 1.302. Thats because even with the decimal, the greater number is decided like usual numbers as long as negative sign is not present.
No, it is not.
Yes it is greater. When counting in negative number or using them in math, the smaller the negative number, the bigger it is
A negative number is less than zero.
Negative a is greater than, equal to or less than 0 depending on whether a, itself, is less than, equal to or greater than 0.
A number A is said to be greater than another number B is A - B is more than 0. If A is positive and B is negative, then A - B is always positive and so each positive number is greater than each negative number.
It depends on the signs of the two numbers.The answer is tricky when at least one number is negative because you have to remember that "less than" means "farther to the left on the number line" and NOT "greater in magnitude". E.g. -20 is less than -4 because -20 is farther to the left even though its magnitude (absolute value) is greater.There are four possible cases:Whole number and decimal are both positive: The product is less than the whole number. The decimal reduces the magnitude of the product, so the product is to the left of the whole number on the number line. E.g. 0.5 * 10 = 5, which is less than 10.Whole number positive, decimal negative. The product less than the whole number. A negative times a positive is ALWAYS negative, so regardless of its magnitude the product is to the left of the positive whole number on the number line. E.g. 15 * (-0.2) = -3 and -3 < 15Whole number negative, decimal negative. The product is greater than the whole number. The product is negative but like in Case 1, the magnitude of the product is smaller, so the product is to the right of the whole number on the number line. E.g. (-8) * 0.3 = -2.4 and -8 < -2.4Whole number negative, decimal negative. The product is greater than the whole number. A negative times a negative is positive, and ANY positive number is always greater than any negative number regardless of magnitude. E.g. (-0.25) * (-12) = +3 and -12 < +3
When the number is greater
Yes it Can because a negative number cant be greater than zero unless its an absoloute value.
Usually the square of a number is greater than the original number (2x2=4, -2x-2=4) wherther the number is negative or positive. The square of 1 is the same (1x1=1) but the square of -1 is greater (-1x-1=1) The square of positive decimal numbers is smaller than the original number (0.1x0.1=0.01) and the square of negative decimal numbers is larger than the original number (-0.1x-0.1=0.01)
a positive number is always greater than a negative number
No because the whole number of 25 is greater than the decimal number of 7.9