Q: What is the smallest decimal possible out of the numbers 1 7 and 6?

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The natural numbers are the numbers used to count things (the counting numbers). The smallest number of things you can have when you have some to count is one. Thus the smallest natural number is 1.

Largest possible number: 9 2 1 Smallest possible number: 1 2 9

The difference is that all whole numbers are decimal numbers, but not all decimal numbers are whole numbers. For example a whole number such as 1 is a decimal number but a decimal number such as 1.5 is not a whole number.

-1 = biggest-11 = smallest

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Yes...thats how math works Decimal : 0.00001 Number : 1 Decimal + Number = 1.00001 Where 1.00001 > 1

Add up the shortest possible list of numbers, and make each of them as small as possible.

There is no smallest decimal in the world because decimals can be infinitely small by adding more decimal places.

The answer to an addition question should have no more decimal places than the smallest number of decimal places in the numbers being added. When rounding numbers, numbers 5 though 9 will be rounded up and 1 through 4 will be rounded down.

The 25 smallest prime numbers are 2,3,5,7,11,13,17,19,23,29,31,37,41,43,47,53,59,61,67,71,73,79,83,89,97. This is because they can only be timesd by 1 and themselves to be the answer of a multiplication of whole numbers. E.g. you can't get 11 by timesing 2x5 or 2x6, you would have to multiply a decimal number to get 11 as your answer.

The natural numbers are the numbers used to count things (the counting numbers). The smallest number of things you can have when you have some to count is one. Thus the smallest natural number is 1.

There's no such thing as 'base 1'. The smallest possible base for writing numbers is 2.If your '1000' and '1000' are already in base 2, then their sum is '10000'.If they're the common decimal numbers "one thousand" and you want the sum "two thousand"written in base 2, then it's '11111010000'.

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Out of that list of numbers, 1 is the smallest.

Largest possible number: 9 2 1 Smallest possible number: 1 2 9

There are an infinitely many possible answers. Using only whole numbers you have . . . , -2 and -11, -1 and -12, 0 and -13, 1 and -14, 2 and -15, . . . You can then consider numbers to 1 decimal place and then 2 decimal places and 3, and so on etc.

It is not possible. A Byte is 8 bits, the largest possible 8 bit number is '11111111' which is only 255 (in normal decimal numbers).