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Q: What two 2 place decimal numbers are greater than 3.97 but les than 4.00?

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No, 0.04 is the larger number because it has less numbers after the decimal place.

No, 8.3 is less than 8.37. When determining which decimal is greater, look at the first number after the decimal point, and whichever number is bigger is the bigger decimal. If both numbers are the same (like in this case) move on to the second decimal place. If there isn't a number in the second decimal place, like with 8.3, assume it's a zero. Since 7 is greater than 0, that makes 8.37 greater than 8.30.

The numbers before the decimal points add to 48 so any numbers greater than 0 after the decimal makes the sum greater than 48

the decimal 5.4 is greater because even though 5.25 has a bigger number like 25 than 4, in both of those numbers tens place there is a 4 and a 2 and a 4 has a greater value than the 2.

Any decimal numbers with two decimal places from 0.02 to 0.49 inclusive.

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No, 0.04 is the larger number because it has less numbers after the decimal place.

Positive numbers are greater than negative numbers. Decimals can be either positive or negative.

No, 8.3 is less than 8.37. When determining which decimal is greater, look at the first number after the decimal point, and whichever number is bigger is the bigger decimal. If both numbers are the same (like in this case) move on to the second decimal place. If there isn't a number in the second decimal place, like with 8.3, assume it's a zero. Since 7 is greater than 0, that makes 8.37 greater than 8.30.

The numbers before the decimal points add to 48 so any numbers greater than 0 after the decimal makes the sum greater than 48

0.2673 is greater. Look at numbers after decimal; 26 is greater than 25

the decimal 5.4 is greater because even though 5.25 has a bigger number like 25 than 4, in both of those numbers tens place there is a 4 and a 2 and a 4 has a greater value than the 2.

There are an infinite amount of decimal numbers that are greater than 23.7 is. For example: 23.71 1235.778 6863376335688.0009844 25.01

Yes, it is. If all the numbers before the decimal are the same, look after the decimal to see which is greater

Any decimal numbers with two decimal places from 0.02 to 0.49 inclusive.

Yes. For decimal numbers with no significant digit to the left of the decimal point, if the first of two numbers has a higher digit next right from the decimal point than the second number does, the first is always greater.

The sum of two decimal numbers greater than 0.5 will always be greater than 1

to add decimals: -line up the decimal points -then starting at the farthest place to the right, add the decimal in each place -if the sum of the digits in a place are greater than nine,regroup the number to the place to its left. -check the sum by writing each decimal as an equivalent fraction and then adding these numbers or mixed numbers.

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