Q: Is a two-digit decimal number always a larger number than a one-digit decimal number?

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1.19. Since 1.1 = 1.10, clearly 1.19 is larger. You can always tack on zeros at the end of a number after the decimal point without changing the number.

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.156 is larger than .155

0.58 is larger than 0.06

.10 is larger than .01

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if the decimal number is smaller than the decimal is larger.

1.19. Since 1.1 = 1.10, clearly 1.19 is larger. You can always tack on zeros at the end of a number after the decimal point without changing the number.

The decimal 0.792 is two thousandths larger than 0.79.

3.5 is larger.

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4.00 is larger. The whole numbers are always on the left side of the decimal point. The frations or parts are on the right side of the decimal point. So 4 is a whole number .004 is 4 parts of a whole number, it is 4/1000

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No, .5 is larger. When determining which decimal is larger you look at the number directly to the right of the decimal, in this case 2 and 5. Since 5 is larger, 0.5 is larger than 0.212.

0.3 > 0.075

.156 is larger than .155

0.58 is larger than 0.06