When comparing negative numbers or a negative number and a positive number, the word "smaller" is confusing because it is unclear whether you mean that the number is less than another number or that the absolute value of the number is less than the absolute value of another number. You should use the phrase "less than" instead. A number's absolute value is how far it is from zero; for negative numbers think of it as the number without the negative sign. Negative eleven is less than negative three because negative eleven is farther left on the number line, but the absolute value of negative three, which is shown as |-3|, is less than the absolute value of negative eleven because negative three is closer to zero.
10-7 is smaller than 10-2.
no, all negative numbers are smaller than positive numbers
It is the smallest non-negative rational number. Negative numbers are rational and are smaller.
The question depends on what lower and higher mean. The number that is the smaller of two when you ignore the negative signs, becomes the bigger of the two when you put negative signs before them.
no negative numbers are always smaller than positive numbers..... you can draw out a numberline and see any number to the left of the number zero is negative and to the right is positive
Negative 2/3 is smaller than negative 1/3.
No, it is not.
Yes. If it was negative then .15 would be larger. Unless it’s negative then the smaller number is smaller. If negative, the smaller number would be larger. If that makes sense.
Negative integers are the whole numbers which are smaller than 0. From largest to smaller, they are -1, -2, -3, ...
for starters it is negative seven not minus seven. and yes it is smaller than six because zero is the middle and since negative seven is smaller than it and six is larger it is obvious that negative seven is smaller.
you get more negative
No. It is 5 times smaller.
When the absolute value of the positive integer is smaller than the absolute value of the negative one.