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If a decimal is less than one, it cannot be greater than one.

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Q: Why are decimals less than one greater than 1?

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1% = 0.01. Three decimals that are less than 0.01 are 0.005, 0.006, and 0.007.

because you multiplying by 9

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The quotient need not be greater than a whole number less than one!

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No, you cannot. The answer can be greater than (or less than) neither, one or both numbers.For example,-4.5 and -2.2 are both less than 1. Their product is 9.9 which is greater than both.-4.5 and 0.2 are both less than 1. Their product is 0.9 which is less greater than one and less than the other.0.5 and 0.2 are both less than 1. Their product is 0.01 which is less than both.

Any decimals that start 3.33 and have further digits after the last 3 at least one of which is non-zero. examples 3.335 3.331 3.33000000000000005 3.33104056570687045

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1% = 0.01. Three decimals that are less than 0.01 are 0.005, 0.006, and 0.007.

because you multiplying by 9

The least possible decimal that is greater than zero but less than one is point zero infinite times THEN one. One could try to write it as point zero one with a repitan over the zero, but i don't think that that is an acceptable format to use when writing decimals. Hope this helps!

Numbers less than zero are "negative numbers".

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Is is one sixth greater than less than or equal to three sixths

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one sixth will be lesser than one fourth

probably that less than greater than stuff, still cant figure out which one is less than and which one is greater than.