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Q: Is negative 4.20 greater or less than negative 4.23?

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420mm. is greater

.42 is equal to .420.

420

420 mm is greater than 4.2 cm

greater10mm=1cm420 divided by 10=4242 > 4.2

It is: 420-10 = 410

Yes

420 is greater in value than 402. This is due to the fact that a digit in the tens place is ten times as great as a digit in the ones place.

Since the number after the 3 is less than 5, round down to the nearest hundred, which is 300

420 - 25% = 315

-28 and 15

420 and 840.

430 If the number on the end is 5 or more then you round up (in this case 6). If it was less than 5 you would round down to 420.

360, 420 and 480 all have 24 factors.

NO! It should be a lot cheaper, 420 euro is more than $840 in United States money, you can definitely get an iPhone 3g for less than 840 dollars!

210, 330, 390, 420 and 462

360, 420 and 480 each have 24 factors.

360, 420 and 480 each have 24 factors.

406, 413, 420, 427, 434, 441, 448, 455, 462, 469, 476, 483, . . . .

402, 405, 408, 411, 414, 417, 420, 423, 426, 429, 432, 435, 438, . . .

-6 x -70 = 420 (positive four hundred and twenty).

C = 100 and D = 500 but 400 is written as CD (100 less than 500) X is 10 and 20 is simply XX (10 + 10) so 420 would be CDXX

No, 420 is 100 times bigger than 4.2

Let's start by doing a little word analysis. "kg" is the abbreviation for kilogram. "Kilo" means 1000, so a "kilogram" is 1000 grams. 0.42 kg is equal to 0.42*1000 grams, which is equal to 420 grams. To answer the question now, 0.42 kg is LESS than 478 g.

Senate Bill 420 sets the State Guidelines, Also in SB 420 it dictates that counties can set different limits but not less than SB 420. Senate Bill 420 states that you can have 6 mature and 12 immature plants and 1 mother. So in California if you are a Medical Patient those are you BASE guidelines. Each county can enact different laws pertaining to how many plants you can posses but they cannot make it lower than what SB 420 Mandates. So check up on Norml.org for your county guidelines. And FYI counties that have no guidelines are expected to follow the State guidelines, but can generally base there limits off neighboring counties.