Q: Which decimal is bigger 0.5 or 1.0?

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Suppose you have two decimal numbers, A and B. If A - B > 0 then A is the bigger decimal, if A - B < 0 then B is the bigger decimal and if A - B = 0, neither is bigger.

0.5 is already expressed as a decimal.

Repeating decimal. * * * * * It depends on the numbers! For example, 0.6 < 0.66... < 0.67 By the first inequality the repeatiing decimal is bigger, by the second the terminating one is bigger.

0.61 is bigger.

It is: 0.543 which is the larger decimal

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5 __ 10 Fraction .05 decimal If its: 5 __ 100 Fraction .005 Decimal

.5 because it's 1/2 and .05 is 1/20.

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eg: 10% = .10 5%= .05 13%=.13 20%=.20

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It is equal because when you turn a decimal into a percent you move the decimal 2 to the right.

Suppose you have two decimal numbers, A and B. If A - B > 0 then A is the bigger decimal, if A - B < 0 then B is the bigger decimal and if A - B = 0, neither is bigger.

3/10 is bigger because if you make 3/10 to a decimal it is .30 while if you make 1/4 to a decimal you get .25 Example 3 dimes is greater than one quarter

31.4/3.14= 10============31.4 is 10 times larger than 3.14

a bigger decimal

.184 is bigger than .05

53.125 is bigger than 52.916666.