more = greater
it is correct to say "much more greater"?
more = greater
A metre is greater.
13.3 is greater.
No, these are not correct. "Greater" is already a comparative form, and "greatest" is the superlative, so you cannot use "more" with these forms. However, it is correct to say "much greater".
The more money you have, the more things you want to own.
That is the proper spelling of the word greater (more, or superior).
is 3 feet greater than or more than 20 inches 'greater than' is the same thing as 'more than' so yeah
It is greater because with more digits the greater the value of the number will be.
39.21 is greater than 39.021. More specifically, it is 0.189 greater.
Majority means greater than half. Greater means more than.
The answer is true. The greater the energy the greater the amplitude.
The more voltage that is required to break down an insulator, the greater is its
more than or larger than are equivalent words for greater.
Planetary orbits that are elliptical will have a greater focus.
3/4 is greater than a half.
"More than" is such a basic term in English that it is impossible to explain in simpler language. "More" means a greater number or a greater quantity.
i suppose that 1.576 is more greater than 1.567.. because 1.576 is more near to 1.6..
The greater the mass of an object, the greater its weight. The greater the weight of an object, the more difficult it would be to lift it. So ask yourself this question: which object is more difficult to lift, an eraser or a car?