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002 is 2 and 020 is 20, so 020 is greater.

.004 > .002 yes, .004 is greater than .002

.009 is greater than .002

0.003 is bigger, but not by much.

No... .002 is less than .5 .002 < .5

no .94 would assume .94000 so .942 would be .002 heavier

No. 020 is 20 and 039 is 39.

2/1000 = .002 2.779 - .002 = 2.777

YEs

001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 010, 011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 020, 021, 022 and 023.

Two thousands

002 mg = 2000

4.679 - .002 = 4.677

two

773 is not a London dialling code, but maybe you mean:A London landline number with '020' area code:020 7730 xxxx - Sloane020 7731 xxxx - Parsons Green020 7732 xxxx - New Cross020 7733 xxxx - Brixton020 7734 xxxx - Gerrard Street (Soho)020 7735 xxxx - Vauxhall020 7736 xxxx - Parsons Green020 7737 xxxx - Brixton020 7738 xxxx - Battersea / Brixton / Nine Elms020 7739 xxxx - ShoreditchA mobile phone:0773x xxxxxx

(020) could be the telephone area code for London UK, or for Amsterdam in the Netherlands. London numbers will be (020) xxxx xxxx. Amsterdam numbers will be (020) xxx xxxx.

UK area code 020 is London. A number beginning with 020 3298 could be anywhere in the greater London 020 area.

020 is the area code for London.

.020"

1/4 = 0.250.25 = less than 2

It is not true. 87002 is not smaller than 8700 x 2.

No. 0.909 is bigger than 0.9

Area code 020 is London. No further geographic information is available for 020 8245.

Bigger than terabyte is petabyte and then bigger than petabyte is exabyte.

If you are looking at an 11-digit UK phone number, it is a London number. London's are code is 020, so all UK numbers starting with 020 are London numbers. For example: (020) 3210 1234 (020) 7222 1234 (020) 7946 0018 (020) 8123 4567 would all be in London.