.22 is closer to zero than to one.
It is closer to zero
Closer to one.
One third is closer to a whole than one quarter, but farther from a whole than one half.
closer to zero
Closer to 1/2
One fourth (.25) is closer to zero than one half (.5).
my answer is it closer to 0
1/4th is exactly midway between zero and 1/2.
If zero is counted as a whole number, then the first three whole numbers are zero, one and two and the product of ANY series containing zero is ZERO. If, on the other hand, only non-zero numbers are considered, then the series is one, two and three and the product is six.
It's closer to zero than it is to one.
58 is between zero and one hundred. If you are rounding to the nearest hundred, 58 is closer to one hundred than it is to zero.
No matter what fraction one gives, there is one closer. There is no answer to this question.
I'm not sur bout dat either
If that's 1.64 million, the answer is 2 million. If that's 1.64, the answer is zero.
closer to 1/2
Yes, all except zero.
A counting number is one you would use normally, as in 1,2,3,4,5... not including zero. A whole number includes zero, but is not a negative integer.
237,999 does not round to millions. It is closer to zero than to one million.
57, as 0.4 is closer to zero than one, you must round down.
yes is is closer to 1 because 0.6 is basically over 1/2 and when itaking over one half it would be considered closer to one whole.