Positive numbers are greater than negative numbers. Decimals can be either positive or negative.
Any number, negative or positive, can be expressed as a decimal number. So a negative number can always be expressed as a negative decimal.
It is always positive, and not just for decimal numbers but for all numbers.
-- Ignore the signs temporarily. -- Divide the numbers. -- The quotient is negative.
An integer is a number that can be either positive or negative and has no numbers after the decimal point.
No. Positive numbers can be whole numbers but they can also be decimal numbers and fractions. If a value is a whole number, it does not have a fraction or decimal part and it is not negative. Whole numbers are also called natural numbers or counting numbers.
whole numbers are any positive or negative number that does not have a fraction or decimal point
They are called positive integers or whole numbers
Yes. Integers include both positive and negative numbers (and zero). Anything that, when written in decimal, has no digits after the decimal point.
In the number system , there are decimal numbers, fractions,rational numbers , irrational numbers , negative and positive numbers.-0.567 on the number system is negative number.
Whether the number is positive or negative is not relevant. What matters is the sign of the exponent. If THAT is positive then the decimal point is moved to the right.