en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negative_number

In mathematics, a **negative number** is a real **number** that is **less than** zero.
**Negative** numbers .... It follows that **any negative number** is **less than any** positive
**number**, so ... Because zero is neither positive nor **negative**, the term
**nonnegative** is sometimes used to refer to a **number** that is either positive or zero,
while nonpositive ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_types_of_numbers

Numbers can be classified according to how they are represented or according to
the ... Decimal: The standard Hindu–Arabic **numeral** system using base **ten**. ...
**Non**-positive numbers: Real numbers that are **less than** or equal to zero. Thus a
... Transfinite numbers: Numbers that are greater **than any** natural **number**.

www.answers.com/Q/What_is_any_non_negative_numeral_less_than_ten

Yes, an infinite amount. **Any** greater **than** zero and **less than** 10 The answer is
digit. **Any number** that is **less than ten** and greater **than** zero will be a single digit.

www.answers.com/Q/Any_non-negative_numeral_less_than_ten

What is **any non negative numeral less than ten**? A digit. Edit. Share to: Eric
Barnes. 407,003 Contributions. **Any non**- **negative numeral less than ten**? 9. Edit.

math.stackexchange.com/questions/218649/is-it-possible-to-write-a-number-in-a-base-of-less-than-1

Oct 22, 2012 **...** If the base is **less than** 1, **then** would **any number** we write require an infinite
**number** of columns ... HINT: 123.456**ten**=6543.21one-tenth: .... the set {0,1,…,b−1
} (which makes no sense unless b is a **non**-**negative** integer, gives the empty ....
You may need to use **negative** digits and negate the whole **number**.

www.khanacademy.org/questions/is-1-more-or-less/kafb_5708255

-1 is a ***negative*** **number**, which makes it **less than any** other *positive* **number**.
0.1 is *positive*, so 0.1 is greater **than** -1. You can compare **then** to zero like ...

gmatclub.com/forum/how-many-natural-numbers-that-are-less-than-10-000-can-be-134571.html

How many positive integers **less than** 10,000 can be formed using the ... while for
others the term designates the **non**-**negative** integers {0, 1, 2, 3, . ... be repeated)
the thousands place can be filled by **any number** except "0".

www.mathgoodies.com/articles/numbers

Those **ten** simple symbols, digits, or numbers that we all learn early in life that ...
Integers - **Any** of the positive and **negative** whole numbers, ..., ^{-}3, ^{-}2, ^{-}1, 0, ^{+}1, ^{+}2,
^{+}3, . ... Rational Numbers - **any number** that is either an integer "a" or is
expressible as the ..... "n" stands for the **number** of things involved, and "r" is **less**
**than** "n".

mathbitsnotebook.com/Algebra1/AlgebraicExpressions/AEtranslations.html

Remember that "**less than**" reverses the order of what you read. [ 6 **less** ... (
Remember that variables can be represented by **any** letter or symbol, unless
otherwise directed.) ... Eight **less than** twice a **number** ... The product of **non**-
**negative** integer powers of variables. ... Three times a **number**, divided by **ten**
equals fifteen.