In words, the same idea could be expressed as: "Six less than a number is negative fifteen".
15-5 = 10
Six less than fifteen (15-6) is nine (9)
There is no single number that satisfies those conditions.
It can't be one. Mixed numbers are greater than one (less than negative one).
The first non-zero digit of the number 0.015 is in the hundredths column. 0.015 is equal to fifteen thousandths, whereas 0.15 is equal to fifteen hundredths.
.14 is greater than .027
There are fifteen (15) nickels.
9 less than 24 equals 15. 24-9=15 x - 9 = 15
less than. three and ten one hundredths is less than three and fifteen one hundredths.
There are an infinite group of negative numbers where if you were to double them and add 3 that they would add up to less than -15. for instance -12*2+3= -21
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That depends on the distribution of coins. Fifteen pounds of pennies will have less value than fifteen pounds of dimes.