Q: What is the number between 1 and 11?

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12. Numbers on a clock face.

There is no "the" rational" number since there is an infinity of them. Start with the number halfway between the two: (1/10+1/11)/2 = 21/220. Then try halfway between 1/10 and 21/220, and then halfway between 1/10 and that on. And so on.

Only one: the number 11. Any higher multiple of 11 can't be a prime number, now can it.

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There are 11 numbers between 1 and 130 that have an odd number of factors: 1,4,9,16,25,36,49,64,81,100,121.

number between 5/6 and 1: 11/125/6 * 2/2 = 10/121 = 12/12thus, 11/12 is between 10/12 or 12/12

12. Numbers on a clock face.

the number between 11 and 12 is obvious. it is 11 and a half

There is no "the" rational" number since there is an infinity of them. Start with the number halfway between the two: (1/10+1/11)/2 = 21/220. Then try halfway between 1/10 and 21/220, and then halfway between 1/10 and that on. And so on.

Only one: the number 11. Any higher multiple of 11 can't be a prime number, now can it.

2, 3, 5, and 7; also, if it is 1 to 11 inclusive, the list should include 11 because it is a prime number.

In mathematics the word 'between' means a number falling between other numbers in the number line. e.g. the number that falls between 1 and 3 is 2. e.g. there are three numbers between 1 and 5, they are 2,3, and 4. e.g. the number between -10 and -12 is -11. There are also partial or fractional numbers between. e.g. 1.5 falls between 1 and 2 on the number line. e.g. to the nearest 1/4, 3/4 falls between 1/5 and 1 on the number line.

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1.3 in a number line is between 1 and 2 .