The positional place values of digits in negative numbers are in ascending order from least to greatest as for example in the number -987 the least value digit is 9 and the greatest value digit is 7 because -900 < -80 < -7
The positional place values of digits in positive numbers are in descending order from greatest to least as for example in the number 987 the least value digit is 7 and the greatest value digit is 9 because 900 > 80 > 7
To be honest, numbers go on and on. (they never stop). So it's infinite. The least number would be Negative ( - ) About zillions of digits of numbers.
There is difference between positive and negative numbers in Maths and Arithmetic.In positive numbers we can put least to greatest from left to right where left is least and extreme right is greatest . In negative numbers its vice versa.
Least: 41+2-3 = 1 Greatest: 3214 = 1.061744768*1010
I think its more then 20
Only one. 123456.
It is: 97 minus 11 = 86
Answer: I cannot answer this question. I do not know where the numbers start and end. Answer: Put negative numbers before positive numbers. For the positive numbers, the one with the least digits is smaller. For the same number of digits, compare each digit until you find a different number of digits. For the negative numbers, it is the opposite as for positive numbers.
it means to order the numbers from greatest to least or least to greatest
Because in our system of numbers 100,000 is greater than 99,999.
The same as with positive numbers. You need at least two numbers to find a GCF.