Q: Is negative 8 greater than negative 2?

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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

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