Math 7 Help!
posted by Laruen .
1. negative integer is less than positive integer
somtimes, always or never
My answer/think: sometimes
2. A negative integer is less than another negative integer
somtimes, always or never
My answer/think: sometimes
3. Absolute value is the number of places away from zero
sometimes, always, or never
My answer/think: sometime
I'm not guesting that is what I think.
BTW: Are these are correct??? If wrong please explain why so that way I can understand.

1. Negative integer is always less than postive
2. correct
3. im not sure srry
i hope this helps and that someone else helps you understand number 3 
Ok. Thank You.
Other teachers well help as soon they read my post for #3 but thanks agin for checking my answer is there correct. 
#3  always
that is the definition of absolute value 
Thank You Reiny!!!!!!!! :)
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