-5 has a larger magnitude. It depends on your definition of "bigger". If you say bigger means "has a larger magnitude" then -5 is bigger than -3. If you say that if two numbers A and B are in the set of integers from negative infinity to positive infinity, then A is bigger than B if A is closer to positive infinity than B, this means that -3 is bigger than -5.

All prime numbers except 2, 3 and 5 are greater than 6.

No -5 is larger numbers get larger farther right of the number scale

5 trillion = 5,000,000,000,000 337 billion = 337,000,000,000 585 million = 585,000,000

7.01 is bigger than 5

5 is bigger than 2.7

put a . 5.9 is bigger than 5 and smaller than 9

3, 3, 4, (And any 2 numbers bigger than 4).

No, because 5 is bigger than 2.236

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5 is not bigger than 75. 5 is actually 65 less than 75.

It is bigger than 5 only.

Answer: 5 is bigger than 0.05.

+4 is bigger than -5

5, 7, 11, and everything bigger than 12. Also: 0, -5, -7, -11, and everything smaller than -12.

3.5

10% of 5 trillion = 5 trillion*10/100 = 5 trillion/10 = 500 billion.

5 is 1 bigger than 4

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yes 5 eights is bigger than i half .

2/8 is bigger than 1/5 or 0.25 is bigger than 0.2

15% is bigger than 5%. 5% of 100 would be the number 5. 15% of 100 would be 15, so it is bigger.

5/6 is bigger than 2/4 or 5/6 is bigger than 3/6

Only 512.