Q: Is 0 greater than -1

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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

-1 < -0.5 < 0

No

NO, -16 is less than 0 and 0 is less than 5

point on the number line is greater than 0 but less than 2 = 1

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

0

Not normally

NO, -16 is less than 0 and 0 is less than 5

The assertion in the question is false. The result of a multiplication depends on the values. Given two numbers X and Y, if X < 0 and if Y < 0 then X*Y is greater than either; if X > 1 and if Y > 1 then X*Y is greater than either; if X < 0 and if Y > 1 then X*Y is smaller than either; if X > 1 and if Y < 0 then X*Y is smaller than either; if 0 < X < 1 and if 0 < Y < 1 then X*Y is smaller than either; If X < 0 and if 0 < Y < 1 then X*Y is greater than X but smaller than Y; If 0 < X < 1 and if Y > 1 then X*Y is greater than X but smaller than Y; If 0 < X < 1 and if Y < 0 then X*Y is smaller than X but greater than Y; If X > 1 and if 0 < Y < 1 then X*Y is smaller than X but greater than Y.

0 (zero)

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.

No, 1 is greater than 0.

No. You can tell this by looking at the first number 1 is greater than 0

Yes. 0.002 is 2thousanths which is greater than 0 0<0.002>1

102 is 5 greater than 97.

Yes, the most significant digit is the ones, and 1 is greater than 0.