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Yes, 72 is greater than 62.

No because 0.62 is greater than 0.405

Yes.

Less than.

Yes. In fractional form they would be: 620/1000 which is bigger than 602/1000

6.2 liters is greater.

No 36 (62) and 3,600 (602) are square, but 360 is 62 x 10, and 10 is not a square.

The answer is 62.... two 1's make 2 there for it is 62

Yes, 55 and 62 are relatively prime because they have no common factor greater than 1.

No. There are 10 centimeters in each decimeter.

62, because this is the only number greater than 56 and less than 70 that has a "2" in the ones place. (Place Value)

Composite numbers less than 70 and greater than 60 are 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 68 and 69.

62 is composite. All positive, whole numbers greater than two and ending in 0, 2, 4, 6 or 8 are composite.

62

.62

1 gallon = 128 fluid ounces. That's 8 fluid ounces (62/3%) greater than 120 fluid ounces.

I don't know how to "grate" a number ... numbers are not cheese. An infinite number of numbers are "greater" (larger) than 64. Likewise, an infinite number of numbers are not "greater" (in other words, less than) 64, starting with 63, 62, 61, ... Actually, there are an infinite numbers that are less than 64, but greater than 63, unless you specify "whole numbers".

Any number that's more than 3/7 . For example, 62 would certainly do it.

When you're dealing with both positive and negative numbers, "greater" is understood to mean "more positive". There are an infinite list of numbers that are greater than -2.1 . Some of them are: -2.0 -1.0 zero +1 e pi 62 2010

602.

0.062 kilometres is greater. That's 62 metres.

greater than

602 000

48 < x < 63 If the answer is required in integers (whole numbers) then x is a member of the closed set 49 to 62.

There are an infinite number of them. Sticking to just the whole numbers, there's 57, 58, 59, 60, 62, and 63.