no, it is less. Look at he number after the decimal. The number after the decimal (34) is lower than (43) so it is less.
how do you create a decimal or a mixed number that is either greater or less than any number
Yes, the decimal number 8.8 is greater than the decimal number 12.12.
Greater. The second number after decimal is greater so number is greater.
The result is less than the whole number and greater than or equal to the decimal. Unless the whole number is negative in which case the result is greater than the whole number and less than or equal to the decimal.
A number that is greater than 1.5 and less than 2 would be 1.75
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.
There is no such number.
No decimal is greater than 0.7 and less than 0.15 as 0.7 is greater than 0.15 is.
If you want to know if 1.2 is greater or less than 1.20 well, 1.2 is greater than 1.20 because remember a decimal number with a zero in it it is always greater than the number with no zero's.
Less. More decimal places to the right of the decimal point means the number is getting smaller.
Any decimal number starting with 3.43For example, 3.432460587
42.53 is greater than 42.35 because you look at the number to the right of the decimal, and which ever is greater, is the answer
2.54 is greater. 2.43 is 0.11 less than 2.54
no 0.015 is 0.0116 greater than 0.0034
Yes. -5 × 0.5 = -1 -1 is greater than -5.
No. A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. A decimal representation does not require a decimal point. It can be greater than, equal to or less than 1.
Any number that starts with 0 and a decimal point is going to be less than a whole number because it is less than one.
In this case, the number with more digits (to the LEFT of the decimal point) is the larger number.
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.
no it is less because the number before the decimal point is smaller
not always.. take .0001 and 1.1, the product is less than 1.
No, 8.3 is less than 8.37. When determining which decimal is greater, look at the first number after the decimal point, and whichever number is bigger is the bigger decimal. If both numbers are the same (like in this case) move on to the second decimal place. If there isn't a number in the second decimal place, like with 8.3, assume it's a zero. Since 7 is greater than 0, that makes 8.37 greater than 8.30.