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no

For the negative numbers the biggest is the one closer to 0

so -3 is bigger than -4 and -2 is bigger than -3 and so on

Q: Is negative 3 less than negative 4?

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The integers less than -3 range from -4 to -infinity.

A negative number is always less than a positive number, in the exact same way that 3 is less than 4 and always will be.

-6 is less than -4 since it is more negative

3 is the greater number.... -4 is negative - and is 7 less than 3.

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-4 is less than -3 because -3 is closer to 0

No - negative four is one less than negative 3.

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The integers less than -3 range from -4 to -infinity.

well negative 3 is greater than negative 34 if thats what u ment

-3

Negative 5 is less than negative 4.

A negative number is always less than a positive number, in the exact same way that 3 is less than 4 and always will be.

-5?

-6 is less than -4 since it is more negative

No. -3 (negative three) is less than 0 (zero).On a number graph, it would look like (going larger to smaller):...5 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3 -4...All negative numbers are less than zero. Always.