Which is a true statement?
–10 > –2
–6 = 6
–7 < –1
0 < –9
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-1 is greater than -7, therefor making the statement true
hi there! , what was your answer you thought it could be?
ok think for a min
lets start with A
-10 > -2 ?
ok -10 is greater than -2 cause there isn't any difference if there were positive 10 vs. 2 cause it would be the same but the numbers are represented negative
now with B
ok a negative never equals with a positive unless it was like , positive vs. positive or negative vs. negative , so -6=6 is false
now with C
-1 is less than -7 is
now last for D
That is a positive answer cause look.......
if you do 0 < -9
a negative is always less than a positive , it would have been different if the question asked if -9<0 < false
D..is ur answer cause a negative is less than a positive
hoped I helped!