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-1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 and -7 are all greater than -8

Q: What are the negative integer greater than -8?

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negative 8 is greater

No, -3 + 8 = 5.

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Negative numbers are integers as well. The absolute value of any negative integer will be positive and therefore larger than itself.

In order of greatness they are: -1 -3 -5 and -7

-4 is greater than -8.

no, as -8 is a negative meaning its below 0

Negative 5 is three units greater than negative 8.

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There are infinite numbers between these two values if decimals are included. Assuming integer values, and assuming that the value can be ≤ -5 but still ≥ -8, these four integer values are in ascending by value as follows: -8, -7, -6, and -5

Negative 6 is greater than negative 8 because -8 is 8 less then 0 and -6 is only 6 less then zero..

No, negative 8 is less than positive 8.

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