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Q: When you are putting negative numbers in order from least to greatest what goes first?

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Negative times negative equals positive. Positive times positive equals positive. Positive times negative equals negative. If you have more than two numbers, multiply the first two and then apply these rules to each successive number in turn.

The difference between two negative numbers is negative if the second number ( the number you are subtracting from the first) is less in value than the first. For example (-3) - ( -2) = -3 + 2 = -1 (-3) - (-4) = -3 + 4 = + 1

A negative and a fraction are both less than one. A fraction is a negative. When you order fractions and negatives greatest to least just put the negative first.

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Negative numbers are smaller than 0, while positive numbers are greater than zero. Therefore, when ordering integers from greatest to least, positive numbers come first. Here is an example of a list of integers ordered from greatest to least: 99, 54, 26, 21, 14, 8, 2, -5, -14, -62, -87, -89, -92, -98

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Negative first, then zero and then the positive.

negative ( on all vehicles ) When putting on positive goes on first and negative last.

by either putting the negative number first, or by putting the negative number in parentheses. Like this: -9*1=-9 1*(-9)=-9

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The first place to use negative integers was China around 200 B.C

0-(first #)-(2nd #)

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