It's two in five tenths.
The absolute value of - 4 5/6 is 4 5/6.
The absolute value depends on it's "distance" from zero. So if it's to the right (positive) by 5 units, or to the left (negative) by five units, then it's absolute value is 5
It depends, if you are looking for the absolute value then it would be equal. It is different if it is negative and positive.
- |-5+-3| = -8
47 because absolute value measures how many digits you are away from zero, so for example the absolute value of five is five
There are no negative integers greater than five.
Yes. (Yes to BOTH)
Just think about it--say you had two numbers....5 and 7. 7 is greater than five, obviously. But if you divide both numbers by -1, you get -5 and -7. -7 is less than -5. Basically, with positive numbers, the farthest the number is from zero (the bigger its absolute value) the greater it is. But with negatives, the closest it is to zero (or the smallest its absolute value) the greater it is. So if you divide by -1 the absolute value stays the same while the sign changes, as does the relation between the two numbers. The same applies when one number is negative and the other positive, or if your dividing by a number greater than one or less than one. Dividing by a negative always changes the sign. Hope this helps/
Yes. Write the number line horizontally with the negative numbers to the left, zero in the middle and positive numbers to the right, then the further right a number is, the greater it is; so with two numbers the number further right on the line is the greater of the two: Positive five is to the right of negative five, therefore it is greater than negative five, ie +5 > -5
Two (2) minus negative three (-3) is five (5). When you subtract a negative number it is the same as adding a positive number of the same absolute value.
-5 is greater than -6
NO negative integer is greater than a positive integer, like 35. There is no solution.
Five of them.
no because anything negative is less than zero.
five The absolute value is the distance from zero so the answer is positive 5
It is -5.75
-1/6 > -1/5
-5. You're better off being £5 in debt than £6.