because when mulitipling that number your always going to get a greater number because that's just how mulipication works
When multiplying two whole numbers the result will always be greater than either number except when multiplying by zero (the result will always be zero), or multiplying by one (the result is always the other number). Although it f obvious to most people, it can be demonstrated as follows:
Yes, a prime number is always greater than 1.
a positive number is always greater than a negative number
Not always, if the smaller number is 0 or a negative number. Then their sum will be equal or less than the greater number.
No, always odd.
3 A positive number is ALWAYS greater than a negative number.
The product will always be a greater positive number when you multiply a positive number by a number greater than one.
If you ADD any number (positive) to a number, then it will always be greater. 1/3 is a number and anything added to it will make it larger. Yes. However, if you MULTIPLY a number by a Fraction, then the answer will be smaller.
The positive number is always greater.
yes a multiple is the answer of the number multiplied by a whole number
Greater than or equal to, yes. 10 is a multiple of 10.
Not always as for example 4 is greater than 3 and 3/4
As much as, in these days of uncertainty, anything can be anything. As long as the constraints of a rational number are kept to, a rational number will always remain a rational number.
If it's a whole-number "multiple" and the number itself is positive,then the multiple is always greater than the number itself.
The numbers to the right are always greater.
Usually, but not always. 1 cubed is 1. Cubed fractions are smaller.
.0321. Always look at the first number.