CHAPTER 6 INTEGERS
Numbers greater than zero are called positive numbers.
Numbers less than zero are called negative numbers.
In the case of negative integers, greater the number, lesser its value. i.e. -6 < -2
If two numbers are added to each other and the sum is zero, the numbers are said to be the additive inverse of each other.
E.g. (+5)+(-5) = 0 therefore (+5) and (-5) are additive inverse of each other.