A positive numbe is a number above zero and a negative number is a number below zero.
When a positive number is subtracted from zero the result is a negative number.
No. Zero is neither positive nor negative, by definition. A positive number is greater than zero. A negative number is less than zero. Although, zero is a non-negative number (a set that includes all positive numbers and zero).
In math, a positive is a number greater then zero, and a negative number is less than zero.
A positive number is to the right of the zero on the number line. (I believe that is what you meant to ask).
0 is a neutral number. zero is nor positive or negative because NEGITIVE being a number smaller than zero POSITIVE being a number bigger than zero so since zero isn't being smaller or bigger zero isn't positive or negative
A positive number is greater than zero; a negative number is less than zero.
Zero is a positive number which is not a prime number
No. A negative number is a number below zero, not zero itself.The number zero is neither negative nor positive.
Positive (or zero if the original number was zero).