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It isn't. For example, 1 is bigger than zero.

It isn't. For example, 1 is bigger than zero.

It isn't. For example, 1 is bigger than zero.

It isn't. For example, 1 is bigger than zero.

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It isn't. For example, 1 is bigger than zero.

Q: Why zero is bigger than any other munbers?

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Is 7/8 bigger than zero

Yes, zero is technically bigger than negative one.

0 is bigger than 00.

A zero is bigger than a double zero. Double zero is the smallest size you can get, rather than 00 slim.

The number 0.00000000335640952 is bigger. In fact any number with numbers other than zero following 0.000000003 would be larger than it.

0.69 is greater than 0.6 because if you think about it, is zero bigger than zero? No and is six greater than six absolutely not but nine IS bigger than nothing or zero so it has to be correct by saying 0.69 is bigger than 0.6

no hence the NEGITIVE sign think of zero as a postive

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

No, -23 is a negative number.

The digits before the decimal point are the same. The first two after it needed to be compared. One is a zero and one is a five. A five is bigger than a zero, so it is bigger. So 7.5 is bigger than 7.05 is.

-1 is bigger than - 1.2 as it is "more positive", or closer to zero

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