No. Negative numbers are less than 0.
your answer is -8 remember when you are counting negative numbers the more negative the number is the less that actual value is... Ex. Negative 5million is less than Negative 1 Negative 11 is greater than Negative 5hundred trillion Negative 9 is greater than Negative 10
You didn't say what the numbers were but if the negative number was of greater value (for example -2 + 1) than your answer would be negative. But if the positive number had greater value (2 + -1) than your answer would be positive.
Yes. Consider two negative fractions. Since they are negative, both are less than 1. But their product is positive and so greater than either.
There are no whole negative numbers greater than -1. Therefore, -1 is the highest negative whole integer. It can be thought of this way: When positive integers get larger, an amount is greater, but when negative integers get larger, the amount is less, so -1 is the greatest negative integer.
Negative 14 is less than 14 because a positive integer is always greater than a negative integer. EX: -16 is less than 1
No, -1 is greater than -4
7 is an odd factor of 14 greater than 1
-1 is less than -1/2.
It is greater.
-1 is greater than -5. Think of it as moving to the right on a number line. Those numbers to the right are greater than those to the left.
no, -1 <13