Any negative number is less than any positive number.
You need at least two numbers to find a GCF.
least prime number greater 60 = 61
A negative and a fraction are both less than one. A fraction is a negative. When you order fractions and negatives greatest to least just put the negative first.
The least prime number that is greater than 45 is 47.
71 is least Prime Number that is greater than 69.
Assume we want to find the number greater than -24.The greatest value of all of these negative integers is the one with the least magnitude. The value with the least magnitude is 16 since 16 < 27, 42 and 30. If we assign the negative signs for these integers, then -16 is considered to be the greatest of all integers given. Therefore, -16 is greater than -24.
It is 0.
Of these four numbers, 7 is the greater one. To help explain it: If the number is a positive number, then the higher the number, the greater the value. But if it's a negative (-) number, then the higher the number, the less the value of it is. Since -7 is the same as 0 minus 7, it would be the least. So that means the 7 would be the greatest number. And the 3 is greater than the -3 and greater than the -7, too.
There is no least whole number: the negative counting numbers go on for ever.