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Q: Is negative 8 greater than positive 8?

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No, because a negative is never bigger than a positive number. So -8 is smaller than +8.

No. It's 8 less. A negative number is always smaller than a positive number.

No because -5 is greater than -8

Yes, 8 is larger than -3. The difference between the two numbers is 11.

0 is in the exact middle of the number line. All positive numbers are to the right of 0 (greater than 0) and all negative numbers are to the left of 0 (less than 0). So no, -8 is not greater than 0.

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All positive numbers are greater than all negative numbers.

No. All negative numbers are less than any positive number.

No, because a negative is never bigger than a positive number. So -8 is smaller than +8.

No. Negative numbers are always smaller than positive numbers.

If the positive number is greater than the negative, it's a positive. Ex: 8 + (-3) = 5 If the negative is greater though, then the answer is a negative. Ex: 3 + (-5) = -2

No. It's 8 less. A negative number is always smaller than a positive number.

It is greater than the negative square root of 8, but smaller than the positive square root of 8.

-4 is greater than -8.

No because -5 is greater than -8

Try to visualize the numbers on a number line. If one number is more to the right than another one (with the number line in standard position), it is greater. Specifically, any positive number is greater than any negative number.

Negative 5 is three units greater than negative 8.

Yes, 8 is larger than -3. The difference between the two numbers is 11.

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