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Q: What is a number greater than one million but less than ten million?

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Numbers greater than seventy million and less than one hundred million could have a 7, 8 or 9 in the ten millions place.

No, a million is less.

It can be greater than or less than it.

100% equals the number. Less than 100% is less than the number. Greater than 100% is greater than the number.

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Numbers greater than seventy million and less than one hundred million could have a 7, 8 or 9 in the ten millions place.

There is no such number. For if you considered 49.99 to be such a number, then 49.995 is a greater number and it is less than 50. And then 49.9955 is even greater and still less than 50. This process can go on without end.

No. A mixed number is greater than 1 since it has a non-zero whole number (which is at least 1) and a fraction (which is greater than 0); any number divided by a number greater than 1 will be less than the original number. So 15 divided by a mixed number will be less than, not greater than, 15.

When a number is a fraction, the reciprocal will always be greater than the original number. When the original number is a whole number, the reciprocal will be a fraction, which is less than a whole number.

A number can't be both less than 5 and greater than 10.

Prime number greater than 25 but less than 30 is 29.

The quotient need not be greater than a whole number less than one!

It will be greater.

A negative number is less than a positive number. Think about it this way: a negative number is less than 0. A positive number is greater than 0. Therefore, a negative number must be less than a positive number.

47 is the prime number greater than 43 and less than 52.

Dividing a number by a decimal always gives a number greater than the dividend. Some decimal numbers are bigger than 1, eg 506.23 , so the answer is less. The statement "a number greater than you" has no meaning so the question cannot be properly understood.

The absolute value of a number IS its distance from zero: not greater nor less than it.

A number that is greater than 1.5 and less than 2 would be 1.75

point on the number line is greater than 0 but less than 2 = 1

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Any other number is "greater or less than" it.