Repeating decimal and decimal are both numerical representations. The question depends on which numbers.
They are both the same
They both have the same value.
They both have the same value.
No 2.375 is greater than 1.1875 but they are both decimal numbers
No, They are the same value Trailing zeros AFTER a decimal point can be ignored.
No, 8.3 is less than 8.37. When determining which decimal is greater, look at the first number after the decimal point, and whichever number is bigger is the bigger decimal. If both numbers are the same (like in this case) move on to the second decimal place. If there isn't a number in the second decimal place, like with 8.3, assume it's a zero. Since 7 is greater than 0, that makes 8.37 greater than 8.30.
the decimal 5.4 is greater because even though 5.25 has a bigger number like 25 than 4, in both of those numbers tens place there is a 4 and a 2 and a 4 has a greater value than the 2.
You multiply the numbers like you multiply integers. Count how many numbers are after the decimal points in both numbers combined and move the decimal point in front of the answer.
They are the same. Decimal equivalent is 0.2 for both.
Make sure that both numbers have the exact same number of places past the decimal then ignore the decimals. 7 is greater than 5 therefore 0.7 is the greater.
They are both the same because 9/20 = 0.45 as a decimal
5 hundredths is greater. Whether the numbers are written as decimals or fractions, or in some other base is totally irrelevant.
0.37 is greater than 0.317. Move the decimal 2 places to the right in both and compare 37 to 31.7 and see that 37 is greater.
Neither, they both have the same value. Adding a 0 at the end of an equation on the right side of the decimal does nothing.
6.006, because if you multiply both times 10,000 to remove the decimal places, you would get 60,060 and 60,006.
Well let’s first convert the decimal to a percent. By multiplying the decimal by 100.0.3 x 100 = 30%So now that both of the numbers are percents we can see that 0.3 is greater than 26%.Hope that helps 😃
Yes. Both are less than 1, so compare the decimal parts starting after the decimal point and working towards the right; comparing the tenths: 0.480 has 4 tenths 0.05 has 0 tenths 4 is greater than 0, thus 0.480 is greater than 0.05
2/100 is less than 5/100. When in doubt multiply both by the greatest decimal place. Ex. these both happened to be hundredths. If you had .2 and .05 you would multiply both by 100 leaving 20/100 and 5/100. I hope this makes sense.
02 is 2. 2 is greater than 0.35 is. If you mean .02 or 0.2, they are both less than 0.35 is.
If they have whole numbers before the decimal point, it's easy. The one with the greaterwhole number before the decimal point is the greater number.If neither one has a whole number before the decimal point, then look for the first placeafter the decimal points where their digits are different.If one has more digits than the other, then zeros can be added to the right of the rightmost digit, without changing the value. The number with the greater digit in that place is the greater number.Example: compare .09 and .15 : The first digit that is different is 0 and 1. 1 > 0 so .15 is greater.How about .2 and .23 ? The first digit is 2 in both, .2 doesn't have any more digits, so make it .20, then compare 0 and 3, so .23 is greater.
0.45 is greater than 0.067 When determining greater, start by lining up the numbers at the decimal point and compare the digit farthest left in both numbers. This works for any pair of numbers. 0.45 0.067 Since the first digit in both numbers is the same, we move on to the next digit. 4 is greater than 0, which means 0.45 is greater than 0.067
YES!!! Method to check. Write the two numbers to two decimal places . Hence 0.20 & 0.11 Drop the prefix zero and decimal point 20 & 11 It can be seen that 20 > 11 . Hence it follows 0.2 > 0.11 NB This method is good for any decimal. e.g. 0.02 & 0.11 ; Which is greater Both are now at two decimal places Hence 02 & 11 The prefix zero is trivial and can be dropped, hence 2 < 11 . Hence it follows that 0.02 < 0.11
No, 0.14 is greater. With decimals, you look at the number to the most left (but on the right of the decimal). The first number, for both, is '1', so that doesn't tell you anything. For 0.128, the second number is '2', but for 0.14, the second number is '4'. 4 is greater than 2, which makes 0.14 greater.
Both a fraction and a decimal (right of the decimal point) are parts of a whole.