1. It is not bigger than 300. It is smaller than 200 squared.
1/5 An eighth piece is smaller *REMEMBER: The bigger to bottem number the smaller it is.*
It depends on the number - e.g., 1% of 100 (1.0) is bigger than 0.8; 1% of 1 (0.01) is smaller than 0.8.
Smaller. The product of any positive number and a number between 0 and 1 will be smaller than the original number.
0.85 is smaller than 1. 3.4 is bigger than 1. "Bigger than 1" is bigger than "smaller than 1".
No, not always since: if a number is more than 1, then its square root is smaller than the number. if a number is less than 1, then its square root is bigger than the number.
The answer is always bigger than one only if the fraction you are dividing by is smaller than the fraction you are dividing into. Any number divided by a smaller number is bigger than 1. To divide fractions you invert he demominator and multiply: 1/2 divided by 1/4 = 1/2 times 4 = 2
No because 1 x 1 = 1. Any number multiplied by 1 is equal to the number. This is not an insignificant principle. Also, multiplying a positive number by a number smaller than one will give you an answer smaller than the original number.
4/5ths is smaller than 1 but bigger than 1/2.
I think you mean a bigger number to a lower power and a smaller number to a higher power. Well it depends: With all combinations of numbers, the smaller number to the greater power will be greater than the bigger number to the smaller power EXCEPT the combinations of 3 and 2, and all combinations including one (as 1 to the power of any whole number is 1). Hope that answers your question.
5 and five sixth is bigger than 5 and tow thirds but smaller than 6
If the numerator (number on top) is bigger than your denominator (number on bottom) with no whole number attached to it. (i.e.: 1 1/2 is larger than 1, but 1/2 is smaller than 1.)
15 1/2 is bigger than 12 but smaller than 34.
Bigger - the higher the denominator of a fraction, the smaller the 'piece'
Let us see what happens if you times by, say, 2 and 5: If the "number less than 1" is in fact less than -1 (eg -4), then the answer will be negative and the absolute value of your answer will be bigger than the number you are timesing by: 2*(-4) = -8 and 5*(-4) = -20 [8 is bigger than 2, 20 is bigger than 5] If the number is -1, then timesing it simply makes it negative. 2*(-1) = -2 and 5*(-1) = -5 If the number is between -1 and 0 (eg -0.6), you will get a negative number that is smaller than whatever you are timesing by: 2*(-0.6) = -1.2 and 5*(-0.6) = -3.0 [1.2 is smaller than 2, 3 is smaller than 5] If the number is 0, the answer is 0. If the number is between 0 and 1 (eg 0.6), you will get a number that is smaller than whatever you are timesing by: 2*(0.6) = 1.2 and 5*(0.6) = 3.0 [1.2 is smaller than 2, 3 is smaller than 5] And that covers all possible numbers smaller than 1.
-1/6 since the number is smaller than what is being subtracted the answer will be negative to get it you simply subtract the smaller number from the bigger and add the negative sign
1.0 is bigger than 0.1
1kg is bigger in terms of mass than 1g
No, there isn't, because for every positive number x you find, you have x+1 which will be bigger. This will be the same for every negative number y: y-1 will be smaller. You do however have infinity and -infinity, which are bigger respectively smaller than any number. But they are generally not considered as numbers themselves.