No, six is larger.
At negative six on the x-axis, draw a vertical line. That line will be a solid line because we have that x is greater than OR EQUAL TO negative six. Then shade the right half of the graph -- which is where x has a value that is to the right (greater than) negative six
greater seven and sixty hundredths is greater than seven and fifty-six hundredths
for starters it is negative seven not minus seven. and yes it is smaller than six because zero is the middle and since negative seven is smaller than it and six is larger it is obvious that negative seven is smaller.
-5 is greater than -6
36.7 (thirty six and seven tenths) is greater than 3.67 (three and sixty seven hundredths).
-5. You're better off being £5 in debt than £6.
No because half of seven is three and a half
Seven minus a negative six equals a positive one
Because six of anything is greater than five of the same thing and less than seven of them. Here you're talking about eighths, but it's equally true of songs, stars, or cows.