Q: Is negative 1 greater than 0?

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

Between -1 and 0.

multiply both sides by "negative 1" (or any negative number excluding 0). This would make the side on -1 become a positive number. Any positive number would be greater than 0.

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-13 is less than 1 similarly -13 < 1 -13 is a Negative number meaning it is below 0 (To the left) on the number line.

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

If a < 0, then -a > 0. For example, if a = -1, then -a = -(-1) = 1 > 0.

No. Negative numbers are less than 0.

Between -1 and 0.

multiply both sides by "negative 1" (or any negative number excluding 0). This would make the side on -1 become a positive number. Any positive number would be greater than 0.

no.. -7<-1 i.e "negative 7 is less than negative 1" ------------- negative numbers like -1 are less than 0, making any number after -1 even lower than 0 making the lower up negatives like -1 greater than higher number negatives like -7

Zero is greater than negative one.

Any NEGATIVE number is SMALLER then 0, or less in value(-1,-2,-3...) BUT COUNTING numbers are GREATER than 0 (1,2,3...)

Is negative 1.16 greater than positive 1?

I'm guessing you mean, "What is 10 to the 0th power?"The answer, of course, is the same for 10, as it is for anything else, 1, because numbers greater than 1 to a negative power are less than 1, but greater than 0, and numbers greater than 1 to powers between 0 and 1 are between 1 and that number.

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No, -1 is greater than -4