Q: What is a real number less than zero?

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A negative real number is any non-imaginary number less than zero. Examples: -1 -2.435 -.0000000000000000111111 -341 -pi

Zero is a an integer and, since all integers are real numbers, zero is a real number.

A number that is closer to zero than it is to 100,000 will round to zero. This will generally be all numbers equal to 49,999 or less.

It is a whole number that is 1000 less than zero.

Any number to the power zero is equal to 1. However, 00 is not defined.

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any negative number is less than zero

A negative number is less than zero.

YES, and any number less than Zero is a Negative Number.

Anything less than zero would be a negative number.

A negative real number is any non-imaginary number less than zero. Examples: -1 -2.435 -.0000000000000000111111 -341 -pi

Greater than zero because any negative number times a negative number equals a positive number.

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

There is no whole number less than zero.

A negative number is a number less than zero (to the left of the number zero, on a standard number-line). It is written with a minus sign. For example, -5 is 5 less than zero.

A negative number is less than zero.

It is true that all negative numbers are less than zero. Think of a number line, zero is to the right of each negative number. Think real world, if you owed $500 to the bank would you have more money or less money than someone who owed $0?

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