10>-9 (ten is greater than negative nine)
There is no single number that satisfies those conditions.
No!Negative ten thirds is -3.33. So we are comparing between -3.33 and -3. On the number line, -3 is to the right hand side of -3.33. And as always, on the number line, a number on the right is ALWAYS greater than ANY number which is on its left.
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Negative 10 is smaller than positive 10 because it is one the plus side of the integer line. Negative 10 is 10 numbers less than 0 and positive 10 is 10 numbers more than 0
Yes, an infinite amount. Any greater than zero and less than 10 The answer is digit. Any number that is less than ten and greater than zero will be a single digit. Once it hits ten, it becomes double digits and continues to increase.
No it is ten to the negative fourth power. If the number is greater than 1 it is to a positive power, if the number is smaller thann 1 it is to a negative power.
The sum of the first ten positive integers, i.e. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9, and 10, is 55. The sum of the first ten negative integers, i.e. -1,-2,-3,-4,-5,-6,-7,-8,-9, and -10 is -55. The sum of the first ten positive integers plus the sum of the first ten negative integers is 0.
No, it is not.
A negative number is a number whose value is less than zero. It can be an integer or a fraction. A decimal is a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. The number may be positive or negative, an integer or a fraction (or mixed).
Yes, it is ten times greater than it.
Greater than: > Lesser than: < Example: 10 > 2 (ten is greater than two), 2 < 10 (two is less than ten).