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Yes. The prefixes 'deci-' and 'centi-' refer to given amounts of any unit of measure. In the case of 'deci-', it's one-tenth. In the case of 'centi-', it's one-hundredth. So the prefix 'deci-' refers to a larger amount under consideration than does the prefix 'centi-'.

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