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Q: What are 5 numbers bigger than a trillion?

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Answer: 5 is bigger than 0.05.

It is bigger than 5 only.

10% of 5 trillion = 5 trillion*10/100 = 5 trillion/10 = 500 billion.

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0.25 is bigger than 1/5 which as a decimal is 0.2

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