This same 0-Kol is not a positive or negative number. He is one of all his own definition is neutral. Or it is better to say this point of counting positive and negative numbers. And since they are calculated in different directions from the number 0, in one side +(positive) to the other-(negative) and just as much as other than infinity, our 0-nika is no, by itself. No one is going on a persistent figure, although they try to drag out with fractional numbers :-).

Most often, mathematical zero stands apart in a series of numbers that occupy the position between negative infinity and positive infinity. So we described absolutely all numbers except zero. Zero itself has no, so to speak, no physical component. Therefore, it is not customary to add it to the number of positive or in the number of negative. The absence of a minus in front of zero only indirectly classifies it to non -negative numbers.

The conclusion can be made this: for example, meteorologists can speak of a ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ zero, which is not a mathematical concept.

Zero, zero, reference point, beginning of the beginning and so on. This number can be called as you like, because mathematics is a comprehensive science and actually in every detail of our human life, in one way or another, in one or another number, but mathematics is present.

Now regarding how the very number is this very ‘zero’, positive, or negative (with a minus sign).

As everyone knows from the course of mathematics, all numbers that are more zero are positive, and the numbers that are less than zero are negative.

It is quite obvious from this statement that this very ‘zero’ cannot relate to positive numbers, because there can be no more.

Well, it cannot also relate to negative numbers, because it cannot be less than itself.

Thus, we come to the conclusion that ‘zero’ does not apply to positive numbers, that is, it is not a positive number and does not belong to negative numbers, that is, it is not a negative number.

Zero is a neutral number.

What happens with numbers when they are folded if one of them is positive, and the other negative with a minus sign? One of the other is subtracted. But when folding with zero subtraction, it does not occur, so zero number is positive. When erecting to power, it turns out +1, and when erected to any negative degree, it turns out the root, we look at the screen:

As far as I remember the school curriculum, zero is a neutral number. Zero is neither a positive nor a negative number.

There are two versions regarding this question:

- All negative numbers are usually written so that there is a minus in front of them. He is a sign of the negative of one or another mathematical number. All positive numbers under ordinary conditions are written without plus and without minus. It is set using numbers or numbers and a comma of their meaning, on this basis we consider them positive. Zero is written without a minus, therefore it is positive in this sense.
- If you add a grain of physics to mathematics and imagine that a positive number is a certain body or a certain physical mass (for example, apples), and a negative number is the loss of this mass (for example, just eaten or disappeared apple), then zero isThe point that does not add anything and does not. That is, the intermediate indicator that is neither positive nor negative to attribute.

Zero on Fahrenheit will be negative in Celsius.

There are several explanations, thanks to which the numbers are attributed to positive or negative. For example, it is believed that the numbers are more than zero to positive, and the numbers are less than zero – to negative. Or those numbers that with a plus sign will be positive, but those that are with a minus sign will be negative.

But now zero takes an intermediate position, it does not apply to either positive or negative numbers.

Zero, this is a positive number. If you carefully look at the rules of basic mathematical actions (especially, know the theory of groups), it can be seen that zero cannot be a negative number, otherwise conflicts arise. Therefore, in this case, as they say – ‘from the contrary’, zero is a positive number.

Numbers are more than zero are considered positive, less zero negative.

The zero itself is essentially ‘in the middle’ and it has a special ‘status’, that is, it does not apply to either positive or negative numbers.

You can give him a definition as a ‘neutral number’.

Zero has a special status – it is considered not negative and not positive, but a neutral number. Zero is one like that. Both positive and negative numbers are counted from it, and zero itself is more conventionally than the real number.

Zero is the number that takes an intermediate position between those numbers that are positive and those that are considered negative and which, by the way, are always less than zero. Positive numbers, in turn, are more than zero.