If X is the variable, then X/(-12+9) = x/(-3) = -X/3
If "a" is multiplied or divided by a positive it will be negative.If "a" is added to a number less than 23 it will be negative.
True if the variable is non-negative, false if the variable itself is negative.
I assume that you are referring to:x = 5 + nIf n is a negative number, x is less than 5.ANSWER: x is less than 5 ...[ x < 5 ]
Any number that's −30 or less would fit.
Use the context: if the variable should be greater than the mean then z is positive and if less than the mean, it should be negative.
Since there are no negative signs in front of the variable 'a', it makes 'a' a positive number. Therefore, it is bigger than -1.
Negative 163 is less than negative 5.30 is.
Less than negative 11
The inequality sign becomes greater than (>).
Negative 5 is less than negative 4.
If two sides of an inequality are multiplied (or divided) by a negative number, you have to invert the sign. For example, a "less-than" sign becomes a "greater-than" sign.
It is less than -3.
No. Negative 12 is less.
8 Less Than 58 less than 5 is negative 3 (-3).
A negative number is less than a positive number. Think about it this way: a negative number is less than 0. A positive number is greater than 0. Therefore, a negative number must be less than a positive number.
Zero is more than, not less than the number negative 1.
negative fourth fifths is less than negative one-third
A negative number is less than zero.
yes;-18 is less than -10
-5,-4, -3 is less than negative 2
All negative numbers are less than pi.
If you think about it, the division simbol means how many times a number can go into another number, so a positive number, like 5 goes into a negative number, like -25, -5 times, because the -5 is less than 1, and 5 cant go into anything less than one even once, so it goes in a negative amount of times. I'm not sure why a positive number divided by a negative number would be infinity.