not exactikally, but about
Well think about this, would you rather have one tenth of a dollar or one one hundredth of a dollar? In other words YES
Of course not. 9.1 is less than 9.5.
1/10 of 9 is 0.9. 0.99 is 1/10 larger (/100, x110%). So 9 would be in the hundredths position
Because I/10 = 0.1 and 1/100 = 0.01 which is the smallest
Yes in relative terms. It is one tenth larger than 4.
9.13 is larger because 9.13 is one tenth larger than 9.03. Also because the number that is next to the decimal is bigger than the other one. For example: 0.97 is larger than 0.67 because the nine is bigger than the 6
0.1 + (1/10)*9 = 0.1 + 0.9 = 1.0
eleven percent is greater than one tenth one tenth = 1/10 or 0.1 eleven percent = 11% = 0.11 thus 11% > 1/10
One ninth is greater than one tenth.
Yes. 9/10 is 20% larger than 3/4 .
Break something up into ten equal pieces. Each of those pieces will be larger than if you broke the same thing up into one hundred equal pieces.
Yes. Kilo means a thousand, and deci means one tenth.
1/10 is 10 times larger than 1/100
Deci- means tenth of Centi means hundredth of so you know from fractions a tenth is larger than a hundredth, so a decimeter is larger.
the larger number is .566 because a tenth is bigger than a hundredth.
Yes. One whole and a tenth is more than 9 tenths, which is not even a whole
The ratio of their sizes is 10 to 1 .One tenth is ten times the size of one hundredth.One hundredth is one tenth the size of one tenth.One tenth is nine hundredths larger than one hundredth is.In the sense of subtraction, the 'difference' is: (1/10) - (1/100) = 9/100
5.0 is one tenth more than 4.9.
One decimetre is equal to one tenth of a metre. One decametre is equal to 10 metres. Therefore, a decametre is one hundred times larger than a decimetre.
Canada is larger than the US in terms of area. Canada has about one-tenth the population of the US.