No, -1 is greater than -4
Yes. If one number is less than another, then the negative of the first is greater than the negative of the second. 4 is less than 18 so -4 is greater than -18
No - negative four is one less than negative 3.
Yes, one-fourth is greater than one-eighth
negative fourth fifths is less than negative one-third
Negative two thirds is smaller than negative one sixth. To have more of a negative is to have less.
If you mean 8 and 6 then 8 is greater than 6
1/8 is greater than 1/12
527, for one.
ANY positive number is greater than any negative number. Imagine you are digging a hole, and piling up the dirt you remove from the hole. The hole represents negative numbers- it goes lower than the surface. The piled up dirt represents positive numbers- it is higher than the surface. The surface is zero- neither positive or negative.
Yes, because one fourth of 12 is actually 3 and one fourth of 8 is 2 so one fourth of 12 is greater than one fourth of eight. DN
Yes. 5 of 8 is greater than 4 of 8.
No because 1/4 is greater than 1/8
Zero is greater than negative one.
No because eight fifths would become 1 and 3 fifths
No, -42 is actually less than -24.Here is the "pedestrian" way of solving that problem:If the terms have the negative sign, then the least value is the one that has the greater magnitude than another. For instance, 42 has the greater magnitude than 24, but with the negative signs, -42 is less than -24.