We know that negative number which is closer to zero is bigger.

If magnitude of a negative number is less than magnitude of other negative number then negative number having less magnitude is greater. (Here, magnitude means distance of number from zero).

Here, magnitude of -3 is 3 and magnitude of -13 is 13.

We know, 3<13 .<br/> Therefore,

-3>-13.

Hence, given statement is true.

If magnitude of a negative number is less than magnitude of other negative number then negative number having less magnitude is greater. (Here, magnitude means distance of number from zero).

Here, magnitude of -3 is 3 and magnitude of -13 is 13.

We know, 3<13 .<br/> Therefore,

-3>-13.

Hence, given statement is true.