Not necessarily.0.5 < 1 < 1.5 So, the whole number 1 is more than the decimal fraction 0.5 but less than the decimal fraction 1.5 but the decimal fraction 0.5 is less than the whole number 1 while the decimal fraction 1.5 is more than the whole number 1.
The result is less than the whole number and greater than or equal to the decimal. Unless the whole number is negative in which case the result is greater than the whole number and less than or equal to the decimal.
decimal point to the left of the whole number. Example: 1= whole number. Less than 1 as a decimal is .00, .01, 02 etc.
When you multiply a number by a decimal you are dividing.
Nothing happens to the whole number. But the product is less than the whole number. The product might be another whole number, and it might have a fractional part.
Uh . . . . . .no a fraction is less than a whole like a decimal. a number a whole. Therefore a fraction is less than a number.
since the first number after the decimal is less than 5, round to whole number is 43
5 The nearest whole number is 5. When rounding to the nearest whole number, if the number following the decimal point is less than 5, the whole number remains the same, If the number following the decimal point is greater than 5, the nearest whole number is the next whole number.
The piece after the decimal point is less than 1/2, so the nearest whole number is 1.0 .
the answer is smaller than the whole number because you're taking a fraction of the second number. it's like multiplying by a decimal.
26 is greater. 26 is a whole number 0.3 is a decimal number, in decimal numbers the whole numbers go on the left side of the decimal point and the parts of a number (fractions) go on the right side of the decimal point. So . 3 is not even a whole number.
Short answer: 105 Explanation: A whole number is one without a decimal. When you're rounding, take a look at the decimal. if the decimal is less than .50, then you round down to the current whole number, in this case 105. If the decimal is .50 or above, you round up to the next number, in this case, 106. Since the decimal is .27 we round down to 105.
since the first number after the decimal is less than 5, round to 412
You may or you may not. If you divided by a decimal number that is greater than 1 then you will get a smaller number whereas if you divide by a number less than 1 then you will get a larger number.
It depends on the signs of the two numbers.The answer is tricky when at least one number is negative because you have to remember that "less than" means "farther to the left on the number line" and NOT "greater in magnitude". E.g. -20 is less than -4 because -20 is farther to the left even though its magnitude (absolute value) is greater.There are four possible cases:Whole number and decimal are both positive: The product is less than the whole number. The decimal reduces the magnitude of the product, so the product is to the left of the whole number on the number line. E.g. 0.5 * 10 = 5, which is less than 10.Whole number positive, decimal negative. The product less than the whole number. A negative times a positive is ALWAYS negative, so regardless of its magnitude the product is to the left of the positive whole number on the number line. E.g. 15 * (-0.2) = -3 and -3 < 15Whole number negative, decimal negative. The product is greater than the whole number. The product is negative but like in Case 1, the magnitude of the product is smaller, so the product is to the right of the whole number on the number line. E.g. (-8) * 0.3 = -2.4 and -8 < -2.4Whole number negative, decimal negative. The product is greater than the whole number. A negative times a negative is positive, and ANY positive number is always greater than any negative number regardless of magnitude. E.g. (-0.25) * (-12) = +3 and -12 < +3
When you multiply or divide the whole equation by a negative number.
The question cannot be answered because its assertion is not true.8 is a whole number, and -2.5 is a number which is less that 1. But 8/(-2.5) = -3.2 is not greater 8.
You cannot. 0.4 is a decimal representation of a number whose absolute value is less than 1 It cannot, therefore, be changed to a whole number.
Fraction refers to the amount to the right of the decimal point (amounts of less than 1), so if you multiply any (positive) number by a fraction its value will be reduced.
Yes. -5 × 0.5 = -1 -1 is greater than -5.
8.6 is rounded to nine because the number after the decimal is greater than four, so the number is rounded higher. If the number after the decimal is five or greater, the number rounds up. If the number after the decimal is four or less, then the number rounds down.
Any number that starts with 0 and a decimal point is going to be less than a whole number because it is less than one.
3 look at the first number after decimal; if less than 5 round down to nearest whole number For example, 3.4 nearest whole number is 3 For example, 3.7 nearest whole number is 4
A fraction or a decimal