Q: What is the Next number in the sequence 0.001 0.01 0.1 1?

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Start the number in the appropriate position and go from there. .1 = tenth .01 = hundredth .001 = thousandth .0001 = ten thousandth Answer: .0041 = 41 thousandths

.001 hey i anwsered it first

No, it is not.

Without a decimal point, they are both the same. If you asked "Which is less .01 or .001", then .001 is the smaller number.

.1 tenth .01 hundredth .001 thousandth .0001 ten-thousandth .00001 hundred- thousandth .000001 millionth so on and so forth

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Start the number in the appropriate position and go from there. .1 = tenth .01 = hundredth .001 = thousandth .0001 = ten thousandth Answer: .0041 = 41 thousandths

There are a few ways to do this, but one of the most common ways is by giving each of your subjects a number. If there are 100 of them, number them 001-100. If there are 1000, number them 0001-1000 and so on. Then, randomly choose numbers for each group using random number generator.

0800 001 001

There is no moshling 001.

The "lowest" social security number (001-01-0001) was the one issued to Grace D. Owen of Concord, New Hampshire the first three digits of social security numbers are used as identifiers for where a person was born

.001 hey i anwsered it first

true (answered by a sixth grader) (1x.01) + (2x.001) + (3x.0001) = .0123

.001

No, it is not.

It is 12 because 001 is the same as 1

The 0005 is larger without a decimal points. If you meant .001 and .0005, the .001 is larger.