Yes because 3.4 is less than 10.
It is one less than 10 lakh 99/10
one tenth less than 10 is 9 9/10
9 is one less than 10.
pretty much all of them....
less than 10 million
That will depend on what amounts you are jumping in. So you could say a hundred million and one. If you were jumping in a decimal value, it would be less than that. If you are talking in terms of powers of 10, then it would be a thousand million.
Europe is a continent. It has an area of over 10 million km² and consists of over 50 countries. There are over 730 million people living there. By comparison the USA has an area of less than 10 million km² and a population of less than 310 million people. I think saying that you need "an address" is a bit vague in the circumstances.
The number that 30 is ten less than is 40. Half that is 20. So the question becomes "what number is as much more than 10 is less than 20". This is gobbledygook, but if I rephrase to say "what number is as much more than 10 than 10 is less than 20", then since10 is less than 20 by 10, I guess 20.
Yes, 1/10 is less than 1/9.
No. The universe is many times larger than that. One hundred million meters is less than a third of the distance to the moon, the closest natural object to Earth. The universe is about 8.8*10^26 meters across. In names of numbers that works out to eight hundred eighty septillion or eight hundred eighty million million million millions.
It is equal to 10 million: not more, not less.
Smaller. Just try it out with some numbers; for example, 0.5 x 20 = 10 (10 is less than 20).
4/10 is less than 1.
If the numerator is less than the denominator, the fraction is less than one. For example, 5/7 is less than one. If the numerator is greater than the denominator, the fraction is greater than one. For example, 10/7 is more than one.
8 and one fifth less than 10 and one half = 2 3/10 10 1/2 - 8 1/5 = 2 (5 - 2)/10 = 2 3/10
1/10 is less than 1/2 because 0.1 is less than 0.5
10 less than 4 = -6