## The low temperature in Chicago was -3 °F. The low temperature in Milwaukee was -11 °F. Which statement is true? -3 is greater th

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The low temperature in Chicago was -3 °F. The low temperature in Milwaukee was -11 °F. Which statement is true?

-3 is greater than -11, so it was colder in Milwaukee.

-11 is greater than -3, so it was colder in Milwaukee.

-3 is greater than -11, so it was colder in Chicago.

-11 is greater than -3, so it was colder in Chicago.

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Answer:-11 is greater than -3, so it was colder in Milwaukee.

Step-by-step explanation:-11 is greater than -3, so it was colder in Milwaukee. because-11 is less than -3 because it is more to the left which makes it less