Q: What is the smaller number of each pair 3 and 5?

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The pair of no. Are 8 & 3 Sum is 8+3=11 Product is =8×3= 24

- 5 is the smaller number. The truncated number line.- 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 0 1 2 3----------------------------------- 5 is in the " smaller " direction from 0.

Yes. -3 is smaller than +5. Any negative number is smaller than any positive number.

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The first number in an ordered pair is the x-coordinate. Your very welcome i came along and told you the answer aren't you! <3

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The pair of no. Are 8 & 3 Sum is 8+3=11 Product is =8×3= 24

- 5 is the smaller number. The truncated number line.- 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1 0 1 2 3----------------------------------- 5 is in the " smaller " direction from 0.

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72 of each thing, but 32 of each pair

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Yes. -3 is smaller than +5. Any negative number is smaller than any positive number.

You go through each number, starting with 2, 3, 4, ... and check if the number has any smaller factors. If it has no smaller factors, you conclude it is a prime number. Continue until you have 10 prime numbers.

I wonder if you read the question before posting it! Which number is smaller: 3 or 35? 3 cm is smaller!

You do not!3 is a whole number, 7/3 is a fraction.If you multiply the whole number by the fraction you get 3*(7/3) = 7, which is larger not smaller.

A number pair whose GCF is the same as one of the numbers is i , i x j where i and j are integers greater than zero. If i=3 and j=5 then the number pair will be 3,15. The GCF is 3. If i=7 and j=11 the number pair will be 7,77 and the GCF 7. The number of possible solutions is infinite.