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negative 5

Yes, negative 7 (-7) is less than negative 5 (-5). Negative 5 is closer to zero, which makes it a larger number. ________________________________________________________________ Yes it is, and I am going to explain why it is by using sweets: Let's say you have 7 bags of sweets, If I came and took 7 off you, and then took another 5 of you that would be -5, if I took another 2 off you, then it would be -7, meaning that -7 is greater than -5.

-5

Yes -7 is less than -1

-3 is less than 7

no, more than

-6 is greater than -7

-5

-5, -6, -7, -8, -9, -10, etc.

-7 is less than 5.

7

It is a <= -48

no, if a is negative then -a is greater than a say a = -7 - (-7) = +7 >-7

-2

-2

Negative six

In our system, numbers that are to the left of other numbers on a number line are considered to be less than those other numbers. 8 is less than 9, 5 is less than 7, and so on. That extends into negative territory. Since -3/4 is located to the left of -1/4, it is less.

no.. -7<-1 i.e "negative 7 is less than negative 1" ------------- negative numbers like -1 are less than 0, making any number after -1 even lower than 0 making the lower up negatives like -1 greater than higher number negatives like -7

7 is more than 5.

-3

4/7 is less than 5/7

No.

As a mixed number, 5 3/7

In decimal form, 5/7 is .714 and is less than .739.

it is less than 5 out of ten because 7 out of ten = 70% and 5 out of 6 = 83%