Any decimal smaller than 0.2 . There are an infinite number of them.
.42 is smaller than .428
No a decimal is smaller than a whole number.
if the decimal number is smaller than the decimal is larger.
2.19 is smaller than 2.6
There is no such thing.Choose any positive decimal - as small as you want. You can always create one that is even smaller, for instance, dividing it by 10 (adding an additional zero after the decimal point). For example, if you choose 0.000001, you can create a smaller decimal if you divide it by ten: 0.0000001. Since it is ALWAYS smaller to create an even smaller positive decimal, it follows that there is no smallest such decimal.
You only get a smaller decimal if you do 0. something because your multiplying it by 0! oust like with the whole numbers, if you times something by 0 it gets smaller. only with a decimal, there's are still numbers less than the 0 so it gets smaller and smaller until you have a total of 0!
Yes. the number in the 3rd decimal place is smaller so the number is smaller
5 ten thousandths in decimal form is 0.0005 Any decimal number that has three zeros after the decimal point and then a lower number than 5 is smaller. If the number has more than three zeros after the decimal point it is smaller.
It is smaller than but if it was rounded to 1 decimal point then it would become 0.9
7.5 is bigger than 5.77 but .5 is smaller than .77 so 5.77 has the bigger decimal than 7.5
You may or you may not. If you divided by a decimal number that is greater than 1 then you will get a smaller number whereas if you divide by a number less than 1 then you will get a larger number.
It need not be. 1.5 * 6 = 9, which is bigger than 6, not smaller.
It is 0.88
A unit that is smaller than other units... like a decimal.
the farther the decimal place goes to the right, the smaller the number,ie 0.09 is smaller than 0.1 because the decimal place is smaller. 0.09 (Zero and one HUNDREDTHS) vs 0.1 (zero and one TENTH). One hundred is bigger than ten. With decimals it is the opposite. One HUNDREDTH is smaller than one TENTH.
There is no "least possible decimal greater than 0" in math. If you take, lets say, .000000000000000000000000000000000000001, there is a smaller decimal: .0000000000000000000000000000000000000001. There is no answer.
For the same reason that you can multiply two proper fractions and get a smaller number than either of them. You are multiplying either decimal by a number that is smaller than 1. As a result you get an answer that is smaller than 1 times the first number.
There are infinitely many such numbers. Amongst them, 7
0.075 is smaller than 0.1. Look at the number to the right of the decimal for future problems.
Less. More decimal places to the right of the decimal point means the number is getting smaller.
8.8/10 = 0.88
When you multiply a number by a decimal you are dividing.
0.06 is 100 times smaller than 6.