it is nine three zero five
do you mean why is zero so important well this is why. zero is betwin one so the zero gets started with because its zero one two three. and it can also make lower numbers. zero is the king of the small numbers the small numbers are -one -two -three. and it makes the big ones. zero one two three. its very easy to know why its an important number.
It points to three or 3
the number isn't at all...the word can be and big as you like
The code on Big Nate's Island is three nine zero five. Or I could be wrong and it is nine three zero five. Try them Both! But to open the locker You need all of the comic pieces.
Atoms are infinitely larger than points, which have zero length.
To multiply a whole number by 10, just add a zero...
the major zones are the zones that spew lava such as volcanoes. the top three are: big volcano number one, big volcano number two, big volcano number three. they all spew lava by the way. and candy canes.
As many as required: there is no limit.
The way to get the Big three is by writting down the number three then clicking the font size to be number 1000000. :)
Negative two is bigger than negative three because -2 is just 2 units away from zero while -3 is 3 units away from zero.
It isn't by any means clear that there was anything that "started the Big Bang" or that there even was a point in time where it started. In any case, no hypothetical or theoretical model has it starting with "a particle". Although there is general agreement among cosmologists on the timeline of the Big Bang once it got started, there are competing models about the conditions of the actual starting point, if any. Some relativistic models have it starting with a singularity, a geometric point of zero dimensions, zero volume. Other models have it starting as a non-zero volume area of spacetime - but still much smaller than, for instance, a proton.
locker combo: NINE THREE ZERO FIVE
You have to make the words,NINE,THREE,ZERO,FIVE.
To write the number 1.3 billion, it would be 1,300,000,000. So, there are 8 zeros total, in this number. One more zero would make it 13,000,000,000, which is a big difference numerically.
only one zero can be added using a decimal
Zero plays a big role in place value. For example how would you express 3 thousand if you do not use zero or 3 thousandth without zero after the decimal point. Without the zero 3 thousand will just be equal to 3 and 3 thousandth will just be equal to .3
The number is not big enough to be rounded to the nearest thousand otherwise it would be zero
No, they are equal. Any time you have a zero to the right of the number behind the decimal, such as .4 or .40, the zero has no value. Now, if the zero was to the left of the 4, then it would have value, and would make a big difference. For example: If it were .04 instead of .4 or .40, then it would be 4/100 (or four hundredths) instead of 4/10 (or four tenths). In the 34.4 and 34.40, the .4 and .40 are both four tenths. Always remember, it's when the 0 is between the decimal point (.) and the number that is when it changes the value of the number. But if it's to the right of the number, it has no value.
Once you find the 8 missing pieces of the Big Nate strip, the locker combination is written across the middle (and is the easiest way to assemble the pieces). The number is "nine three zero five", but the combination will not work until you have found all the comics and put the strip together.
The 15, easy
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