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Q: What numbers are greater than -1 and less than -1?

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0.3 is less than 1.

The statement is false. if any or both of numbers are less than 1, the product is less than the greater (or both) of the numbers. Eg. 1/2 x 1/3 = 1/6 ; 1/6 < 1/2 and 1/6 < 1/3

-1 is greater than -5. Think of it as moving to the right on a number line. Those numbers to the right are greater than those to the left.

three less than four = 1 1< *number* > 4 times the sum of the number + 1 1 < *number* > 5 So all numbers that are greater than one but less than five. 2, 3, 4

1.45-.12 is 1.33 which is greater than 1

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yes because it is greater than 1

0.3 is less than 1.

none. all numbers, decimal or integer, less than -18 are also less than -1.

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