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Q: Is zero is always less than a positive number?

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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.

Yes because a negative number is always less than a positive number

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No. It's 8 less. A negative number is always smaller than a positive number.

A Mersenne number is one less than a positive power of two. Since the positive power of two is always even, one less than that is always odd.

nio, it is not; a negative number is always less than a positive number.

A negative number is less than a positive number. Think about it this way: a negative number is less than 0. A positive number is greater than 0. Therefore, a negative number must be less than a positive number.

Zero isn't positive or negative. All negative numbers are less than zero.There is no such thing as "positive" (or "negative") zero.Also, a negative number is always less than any positive number.

Any positive number is always GREATER than any negative number.

A negative number is always less than a positive number.

The sum is less than the positive number. Example: 16 + -3= 13. As you can see 13 is less than 16 so the sum is less than the positive number.

It depends, if a number with positive integers is greater than the number with the negative integer therefore the sum will be in positive integer. And if the number with positive integer is less than the number with the number with negative integer then the sum will be in negative integer.

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