the place values above 1,000,000,000 are
ten million, hundred million, thousand million, ten thousand million, hundred thousand million,
billion, ten billion, hundred billion ,thousand billion, ten thousand billion, hundred thousand billion, million billion (I Think) trillion
also a number with a hundred digits is a googol and 1000 digits is a decaplex
That will depend entirely on the values of the sample of numbers in question which have not been given.
If x - y > 0, then x is greater than y.The greater positive number is the one further from zero.Which number is greater can be worked out on a digit by digit basis:To compare numbers starting with the highest place value column compare the digits, moving right a place value column until either all digits have been considered or one digit is higher than the other - the number with the higher digit is the greater number. (If a place value column is empty, its digit value is 0).
The commas between numbers in place value are commas.
neither both the same
No. Starting with the highest place value column (the one that contains a non-zero digit) that occurs in the numbers, compare place value columns moving right if equal until either all the digits in both numbers have been exhausted (in which case the numbers are equal) or one place value column digit is greater (in which case the number with the greater digit is the greater number). If a place value column is empty in one of the numbers, its value is taken is zero (the digit 0) For 0.856 and 0.8561 the highest place value column used is the tenths, so comparing 0.856 to 0.8561: 8 = 8, so check hundredths 5 = 5, so check thousandths 6 = 6, so check ten-thousandths 0.856 has a blank ten-thousandths column, so it is taken as 0 0 < 1, so 0.856 < 0.8561
There is no difference. In both cases, the place value, of any digit, is ten times the place value of the digit to its right.
To compare any two numbers:Start with the highest place value column used by one or both of the numbers.If a place value column is empty, its value is zero (0)Whichever has the greater digit is the greater number.If the two digits are the same, move right a columnif at least one number has a digit there repeat from step 2if no more digits exist in either number then the numbers are the same.In this case the first used place value column is the tenths column (the first column to the right of the decimal point).0.666 has a 6 whereas 0.8 has an 8;8 > 6 â†’ 0.8 > 0.666No, 0.666 is not greater than 0.8
A number such as the one you wrote doesn't have a "place-value"; the concept of "place-value" applies to each of the digits. The right-most digit has a place-value of 1, the second digit (from the right) has a place-value of 10, the third one has a place-value of 100 (10 squared), the next one has a place-value of 1000 (10 cubed), etc.
To determine the value of digits and numbers. :)
No. All positive numbers are greater than zero and all negative numbers are less than zero. Therefore, all positive numbers are greater than all negative numbers. That said, there is a such thing as absolute value, which is how far a number is from zero. For example the absolute value of -10 is 10. The absolute value of a negative number can be greater than that of a positive number.
0.53 is greater, remember your place value
It is the thousands place.
No Greek Acrophonic numbers do not have place value as they are not a positional system.
The digit 6 is 1,000 times greater than the value of the 4.
The number with the smaller absolute value (magnitude) is greater.
The median of a set of numbers is the value that has an equal count of numbers greater and less. In this example there are three numbers greater and three numbers less than 2.5, so the median is 2.5.
No. A number with multiple digits does not have a place value. A single digit in a multi-digit number has a place value.
420 is greater in value than 402. This is due to the fact that a digit in the tens place is ten times as great as a digit in the ones place.
54.1 is the largest of those numbers.