I guess the underlined 5 is the first one and the non-underlined 5 is the second.
Every times a digit moves left a column it becomes ten times bigger.
The first 5 is three columns to the left of the second 5, so it is 10 x 10 x 10 = 1000 (a thousand) times bigger.
If the underlined 5 is the second one, then in moving right a column a digit becomes one tenth as big, so in moving right 3 columns it becomes 1/10 x 1/10 x 1/10 = 1/1000 (a thousandth) as big, that is the second 5 would be a thousand times smaller than the first 5.
how many times as great is the underlined 4 as the 8 that is not underlined? 643 234
how many times gerater is the underlined digit 5 in 365,486,201 than the digit 5
34,864,753...... 4 millions is the underlined digit....
4000000 / 4000 = 1000
It's either 1 million times as great or 1 millionth as great. The ambiguity is due to the fact that I can't see the underline.
? 775 mabye
It is 10 to the power of the_number_of_digits_between_the_4s_(excluding_the_4s_themselves)_plus_one; if the underlined 4 is to the right of the non-underlined 4, then make this count negative.eg, if the number is 1234564, then there are 2 digits between them (the 5 and 6), so the power is 2 + 1 = 3; then:If the first 4 is underlined it is 103 = 1000 times greater than the non-underlined 4If the second 4 is underlined it is 10-3 = 0.001 (= 1/1000) times greater than the non-underlined 4
One thousand Though there is no underlined number in the above question as it has been typed; it just reads 574 530 which is assumed to be 574,530 then the first 5 is 500,000 and the second 5 is 500 then 500,000 / 500 = 5,000 / 5 = 1,000 / 1 = 1,000
It is 206.69 times greater (207.69 times as great).
The "underlined" less than sign is actually a sign meaning "less than or equal to" and it is the equal to part which looks like an underline.
> greater than < less than > greater than or equal to (underlined) -- < less than or equal to (also underlined) --
45,000,000,000/(-239) = -188,284,518.8 times as great, approx.
It is ten times as great.
It is 30 times bigger.
10 times as great.
It is 10,000 times greater.
100 times greater than the first one. One million times greater than the second one.
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It is 2.333... times greater (which is not the same as how many times as great).
It means less than or equal to