Negative 3 is greater than negative 5
No because -5 is greater than -13
No because -5 is greater than -6
No because -5 is greater than -8
Negative 5 is three units greater than negative 8.
There are no negative integers greater than five.
Negative 5 is less than negative 4.
-5 is greater than -9
No. It is 5 times smaller.
No, as that 3 is positive, and negative 5 is not.
-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.
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
It is greater.
The greater than symbol is > Example: -5 negative is greater than -10 negative -5 > -10
x+7 is greater than or equal to 2
-5 is greater.
The negative integers greater than -6 are: -5, -4, -3, -2, -1.
5 is greater then -24. Any positive number is greater than any negative number
If the positive number is greater than the negative, it's a positive. Ex: 8 + (-3) = 5 If the negative is greater though, then the answer is a negative. Ex: 3 + (-5) = -2
no, as -8 is a negative meaning its below 0
-5 is greater than -6