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Q: Is zero bigger than negative one?

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Negative 1/2 is bigger than negative 1. If you look at the number line the farther right you go the bigger the numbers get. example: 1,2,3,4.. so it is the same for negative numbers example: -4,-3,-2,-1,-1/2

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zero.

A negative number is a real number that is less than zero. If one of the addends has a negative number, by means of number line, the point will move to the left to the corresponding value of a negative number.

No, -1 is greater than -4

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Zero is more than, not less than the number negative 1.

Yes, a positive integer will always be bigger than a negative one.

no i positive ion is bigger then the negative one

There is only one way to change a decimal number to a number bigger than it. Any number such as 5821.2347 adding a zero to either end won't make it bigger. The only way is to get a number negative or smaller than 1 but not 0 than making it to the power of 0 can make it one which is bigger.

No it is not. It would be if it was a negative.

no For the negative numbers the biggest is the one closer to 0 so -3 is bigger than -4 and -2 is bigger than -3 and so on

Not sure what the "equal" on the end is for but zero is greater than negative one. -1<0 0>-1 -1<0<1

The digits before the decimal point are the same. The first two after it needed to be compared. One is a zero and one is a five. A five is bigger than a zero, so it is bigger. So 7.5 is bigger than 7.05 is.

There are two statements and it is not clear which one you are referring to.

Yes it is

it depens on with is bigger and if they are equal than it is 0 but if one is bigger then it is that sign

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