Yes, zero is technically bigger than negative one.
Yes, the intersection of non-negative (positive) and non-positive (negative) integers is zero.
positive times negative equals negative
any negative number is less than zero
Not possible ya
There are just three possible cases: Positive integer: positive x positive = positive. Negative integer: negative x negative = positive. Zero: zero x zero = zero.
two types of zero errors are possible in screw gauge,positive zero error and negative zero error.
Negative, Zero and Positive is one possible classification.
, no fractions, positive, negative integers, and zero
No, there are no negative values for pH; the only possible values range from zero to 14.
A negative can be a negative zero. A negative zero is a number below zero. PS:If you are asking the "negative" in Science, I am not sure of the answer.
No, a negative times a negative would be a positive and a positive times a positive would also be positive, and anything multiplied by zero would still be zero
There is no negative of zero, nor is there a positive. Zero is no value, hence it has no positive or negative value.
There can't be a negative zero. zero is neither negative nor positive.
No. A negative number is a number below zero, not zero itself.The number zero is neither negative nor positive.