# What number is bigger -10 or-60?

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- Jim MoorLv 71 month ago
-10 is to the right on a number line, thus it is "more".

And WolframAlpha agrees, see below.

The problem with using English words in regards to math is that the words are ambiguous, vague, and can be easily misunderstood. Bigger can mean "greater value" or in absolute size like absolute value of each.

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- 1 month ago
-10.......................................its closer to 0

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- ComoLv 71 month ago
- 10 is to right of - 60 on the number line.

Thus - 10 > - 60

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- geezerLv 71 month ago
-10 is bigger than -60

but -60 is a larger negative amount.

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- 1 month ago
-10 cuz -10 is closer to the 0 than -60

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- Iggy RockoLv 71 month ago
-10 > -60

-10 is to the right of -60 on a number line

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- MattLv 61 month ago
-10 is the least negative, there fore it's the most positive, thus the bigger number.

- Austin1 month agoReport
Good job

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