By definition, a negative integer is any integer less than zero. Similarly, a positive integer is any integer greater than zero. It should be immediately obvious that an integer cannot be both less than and greater than zero. Therefore, a negative integer cannot be greater than a positive integer.
an integer that is greater than -5 but less than or equal to 9 is _______________. remember you need to answer it by yourself.
One is an integer, it is equal to one and less than two.
Negative 14 is less than 14 because a positive integer is always greater than a negative integer. EX: -16 is less than 1
Any integer from -12 to -24
The quotient will be less than one.
It can be greater than, equal or less than the original integer. There are three possible values for the second integer: It is positive, in which case the result will be less than the original integer, eg 5 - 2 = 3 and 3 < 5;It is zero, in which case the result will be the same as the original integer, eg 5 - 0 = 5 and 5 = 5;It is negative, in which case the result will be greater than the original integer, eg 5 - -2 = 7 and 7 > 5.
Any integer that is greater than -11, eg -10, -4, 577.
When its multiplied by anything greater than one
Positive integers are greater than zero. Negative integers are less than zero.
Integers greater than -3 and less than 2 are: -2 -1 0 1
No. A negative integer raised to the third power will yield a negative number that is less than the integer. Only whole numbers (positive integers greater than or equal to 1) have the property where that integer raised to the third power is greater than or equal to the integer.
No. In fact, the reciprocal of 0 is not defined.
2x + 1 is equal to or less than 13.
The absolute value of a number IS its distance from zero: not greater nor less than it.