Q: Is the bigger decimal a bigger number?

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If the decimal is positive, than a negative number is less than 0.

7.5 is greater. It has five tenths and the other number doesn't have any.

Yes, It is. It is behind the decimal. The more numbers behind the the decimal the lower the number.

First you have to look at the first number. Then you have to look to see which decimal is closer to 1 or 0.

58 because 58 is a whole number and 0.675 is a decimal.

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When the number is greater

No a decimal is smaller than a whole number.

The whole number of 25 is bigger than the decimal number 0f 0.39

If the decimal is positive, than a negative number is less than 0.

If the decimal is positive, than a negative number is less than 0.

look at the first number after the decimal; the bigger the number, the bigger the value 6.5 is bigger than 6.05

The answer depends on what you are trying to compare it with!

7.5 is greater. It has five tenths and the other number doesn't have any.

There is only one way to change a decimal number to a number bigger than it. Any number such as 5821.2347 adding a zero to either end won't make it bigger. The only way is to get a number negative or smaller than 1 but not 0 than making it to the power of 0 can make it one which is bigger.

The reason is because you have to make the number bigger when you multiply. When you move the decimal to the right you make the number bigger, when you move it to the left you make it smaller. Therefore, when you divide you must move the decimal to the left.

Since the number before the decimal is the same, look at the 1st number after the decimal; the bigger that number, the bigger the value 0.9 is greater than 0.12

Because the number becomes bigger