It's the number that has more digits to the left of the decimal point (if there is no decimal point, it's the number with more digits). If the number of digits to the left of the decimal point is the same, find the position farthest to the left where the digits are different. The number with the greater of those two digits is the greater number. For example, 10000 is greater than 9999 because 10000 has more digits, and 6350 is greater than 6349 because the farthest-left position that is different is the tens place, and 5 is greater than 4.
a decimal in which a digit or group of digits repeats without end
A repeating decimal is a number expressed in decimal form in which, after a finite number of miscellaneous digits, the number continues with a string of a finite number of digits which repeats itself without end.
Neither. The number of digits after the decimal point is a measure of the accuracy, not magnitude.
Count the digits to the right of the decimal and divide the digits number, without a decimal, by 1 with (2 + number of digits right of decimal) zeros. So. 490.4% = 4904/100 = 4.904
0.0001 because if you add zeroes to the decimal to make them have the same number of digits you will add zeros to 0.0001 to make it have the same number of digits and you get 0.000100 and it is greater than 0.000008
The number before the decimal point is written in word form without suing "and". Next an "and is used where the decimal point appears. Then the number after the decimal point is written out in word form (again, without using "and"). Finally, the inverse power of ten is written and this is based on the number of digits after the decimal point.For 1 digit: tenths 2 digits: hundredths 3 digits: thousandths 4 digits: ten thousandths 5 digits: hundred thousandths 6 digits: millionths and so on.
It is greater because with more digits the greater the value of the number will be.
No because natural numbers are positive whole numbers greater than 0
Basically a number without decimals (digits after a decimal point). this can be either positive or negative.
Whether or not you can do that depends on the size of the number. If the number in question is greater than [decimal] 66535, then you cannot.
It is a terminating decimal.