Q: Less than zero or minus

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-3, pronounced "minus three" or "negative three," is three less than zero.

No. This would mean that the moisture content of the air was less than zero.

Minus is less than no minus. For example, -3 is less than 0 or +1.

Minus is subtract or take away from negative is any number less than zero

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A number lower than zero. Also called a negative number. A "minus number" is the incorrect term for a negative number. Anegative number is a number that comes before zero (0) (ex: -1). It's value is less than that off zero and the larger the number is, the less the value becomes. Though it seems odd, -4 has more numerical value than -476 because -476 is farther away from zero.

This quadratic expression cannot be factored because its discriminant is less than zero.

This quadratic expression cannot be factored because its discriminant is less than zero

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A negative number is less than zero.

any negative number is less than zero

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That's basically any number with a minus sign. For example, -3, -0.0001, -pi, etc.

Zero is equal to zero