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Q: What number is greater -9 or -8?

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Well I would hope it's 8

Look at the numbers starting with the first, then the second. They are the same 98. Look at the third numbers, they are the same 9. Then the fourth number, the first number has 9 and the second has an 8. So the first number is the greater. You can also subtract them and if you need to get a positive number, the top number is greater.

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Since the first number after the decimal is 5 or greater ( in your case 9) then you round the number before the decimal ( in your case 8) to the next whole number. So the answer is 9