no, it is five less than positive three.
There are no negative integers greater than five.
Yes. (Yes to BOTH)
Negative 5 is three units greater than negative 8.
Three is greater than negative four.
three fourths is greater than five eights
no because anything negative is less than zero.
Yes. Write the number line horizontally with the negative numbers to the left, zero in the middle and positive numbers to the right, then the further right a number is, the greater it is; so with two numbers the number further right on the line is the greater of the two: Positive five is to the right of negative five, therefore it is greater than negative five, ie +5 > -5
NO negative integer is greater than a positive integer, like 35. There is no solution.
-5 < (n + 1) < 3
-5 is greater than -6
Five of them.
No, negative three is smaller than negative two.
No. Negative 15 is greater than negative 33.
-5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3 Yes it is
No it is less.
Negative seven is greater than negative seventy.