three fourths is greater than five eights
None. By definition a three digit number is greater than 99, whereas 64 is smaller. 064 is NOT a three-digit number.
It can have any number of sides greater than or equal to three.
Compared to a number of lesser value, yes. Compared to a number of greater and/or equal value, no.
you could just use all the threes to make 333
The greater number of the three is 26.
what number is three hundreds greater than 47,251
The median of a set of numbers is the value that has an equal count of numbers greater and less. In this example there are three numbers greater and three numbers less than 2.5, so the median is 2.5.
3/10 is equal to 0.30 whereas 3/4 is equal to 0.75. No, 3/10 is not greater than 3/4.
It is greater.
First solve the inequality for x. The sum of 6 and twice a number (the unknown, represented by the variable x) multiplied by 3 translates to this expression algebraically: 3(2x + 6). This product is greater than or equal to 66. Expand the multiplication to: 6x + 18, which is greater than or equal to 66. Then subtract 18 from both sides to get: 6x is greater than or equal to 48. Then divide both sides by 6 to get: x is greater than or equal to 8. If x is greater than or equal to 8, then x could be 8 or 9 or 10, etc., any number from 8 on up into infinity! The smallest possible value for x given these constraints is 8.
No, they are equal.
One half is greater than three thirteenths - expressed as a decimal, 1/2 is equal to 0.5, while 3/13 is equal to 0.230769 recurring (that is, 0.230769230769...)
Is is one sixth greater than less than or equal to three sixths
60% is equal to three fifths, so four fifths is greater
They are both equal
Divide the first two of the same three numbers by eachother, and then add the third same number to the answer you get.
three fifths is greater. if the number on top is the same, then the one with the least on bottom is the greatest.
The fourth digit must be equal to or greater than four because if the test for GLU is negative, the bacteria is not enterobacteria. This would defeat the purpose of the API 20E test. GLU has a number of four, so even if the GEL or VP test is negative, the fourth digit for that bracket of three tests will be at equal to four.
Any, and every, multiplication problem must be "less than equal to or greater than one".