If you know that a < b, and both a and b are positive numbers, then what must be true about the relationship between the opposites of these numbers? Explain.

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If you know that a < b, and both a and b are positive numbers, then what must be true about the relationship between the opposites of these numbers? Explain.

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thats easy we know that the "OPPOSITE" of any positive number is negative so we know that the opposite of this relationship must be negative
yea but i put that it was wrong

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we also know that if a is greater than b as positive than as negative its the opposite
-a>-b
ight
for example 1<2 this in a statement means 2 is greater than 1 but if they were the opposite -1>-2 this would be the statement which says -1 is greater than -2
okay
-1 is closer to being 0 than -2
ight bet
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yes thank you

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