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No, the three digit number could be a negative number.

Q: Is a 3-digit number always greater thana 2- digit number?

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§ In comparing two whole numbers, the one with the most digits is always the greater number. § In decimals the number with the greatest number of digits is not always the greatest.

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The last digit is always the estimated digit in a number

none, by definition a 3 digit number is greater than 99, thus "020" and "20.0" can not be a 3 digit number

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The smallest 3 digit counting number less than 1000?? 100

Yes, unless the 3 digit number is negative, or a decimal.

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Every six-digit number is greater than any five-digit number.

There are 900 three-digit numbers, ranging from 100 to 999.

There is no single digit number greater than 9. After 9 is 10, which is a double-digit number.

60 is the number in which the digit 6 have a greater value as compared to 106.

3-digit number greater than 699 = -696

A 6-digit number will ALWAYS be greater than a 5-digit number. Assuming both are positive of course.

Compare one digit at a time, from left to right, until you find a digit that is different. The number with the greater digit in this position is the larger number.

§ In comparing two whole numbers, the one with the most digits is always the greater number. § In decimals the number with the greatest number of digits is not always the greatest.