0.5 * 0.2 = 0.1
all of them
All of them. We normally count in decimal numbers and therefore all digits in decimal numbers must be less than ten.
There are infinitely many decimal numbers which are less than 1.4.For a start, 1, 0, -1, -2 ... are all decimal numbers which are less than 1.4 1.39, 1.399, 1.3999, 1.39999. ... are all smaller and you can have infinitely many 9s in that sequence of numbers.
Less than positive decimals, yes.
You only get a smaller decimal if you do 0. something because your multiplying it by 0! oust like with the whole numbers, if you times something by 0 it gets smaller. only with a decimal, there's are still numbers less than the 0 so it gets smaller and smaller until you have a total of 0!
no, they are less than one
Any decimal numbers with two decimal places from 0.02 to 0.49 inclusive.
-23.7 is one of infinitely many numbers which are less.
No. If you don't consider the numbers after the decimal point then you can see 7 is not less than 5
A spinner has the numbers 1 thru 9. What is the probability of P(less than 6)? Write the answer as a decimal.
Yes, when any number is multiplied by a decimal, as long as the decimal is less than 1, the product is smaller that that number (assuming we are just dealing with positive numbers) An example is 5 times .4, which equals 2. 2 is less than 5. Another example, this time where both numbers are decimals, is .3 times .1 which equals .03. .03 is smaller that both .3 and .1. The reason it gets smaller is because by multiplying by a decimal, you are trying to get a fraction of the number, which will always be less than that number. For example, 3 times .5 = 1.5. Here, the result is a fraction (1/2) of three.