anonymous
  • anonymous
What does negative 3 over 5 > −2 indicate about the position of negative 3 over 5 and −2 on the number line? negative 3 over 5 is located on the right of −2 negative 3 over 5 is located on the left of −2 negative 3 over 5 is located on the right of 0 and −2 is located on the left of 0 negative 3 over 5 is located on the left of 0 and −2 is located on the right of 0
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phi
  • phi
do you know what a number line is ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah
anonymous
  • anonymous
I have an answer i just wanted someone to check my work i choose the second one
phi
  • phi
a simple line would go 1 2 3 4 where we start with small numbers and the numbers to the right are bigger
phi
  • phi
I assume you know 2 is bigger than 1, right ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok now you are just being a jerk
phi
  • phi
the short way to say 2 is bigger than 1 is write 2 > 1 notice the "big" side of > is next to the bigger number we can also write 1 < 2 which says 1 is smaller than 2 the "big" side of < is still next to the 2
anonymous
  • anonymous
*Blocked
phi
  • phi
next, notice which side 2 is compared to 1 1 2 3 2 is on the right side of 1 and 2 > 1
phi
  • phi
compare that to your problem \[ - \frac{3}{5} > -2 \] which of the numbers -3/5 and -2 is bigger ?

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