tell how you could use a number line to determine which of two numbers is greater
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The number above the line will be greater than the number below the line eg 12/6 or 11/3 or 55/23
Numbers that have only two factors are prime numbers. You're looking for the next three prime numbers over a certain number. But, you didn't tell us what number the three numbers have to be greater than.
When comparing the values of two numbers, you can use a number line to determine which number is greater. The number on the right is always greater than the number on the left. In the example below, you can see that 14 is greater than 8 because 14 is to the right of 8 on the number line.
If the sum of its' digits are divisible by 3 for all numbers greater than 9.
Look at the numbers starting with the first, then the second. They are the same 98. Look at the third numbers, they are the same 9. Then the fourth number, the first number has 9 and the second has an 8. So the first number is the greater. You can also subtract them and if you need to get a positive number, the top number is greater.
If the numerator (the number above the line) is bigger than the denominator (the number below the line) then the fraction is bigger than 1, e.g. 4/3.
Decimals are just numbers. If you can tell that 47 is greater than 32, then you can tell that 0.47 is greater than 0.32
Do the multiplication. Select the greater number.
a positive number is always greater than a negative number