# Which number is greater

## How do you determine which number is greater?

The symbols < and > are used to indicate which number is greater, and which is less than the other. When comparing the values of two numbers, you can use a

**number line**to determine which number is greater. The number on the right is always greater than the number on the left.## Is 0.2 or 0.22 greater?

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In fact, it gets 10 times smaller each time. So **0.222** is 10 times closer to 0.22 as 0.22 is to 0.2, and so on.

## Is 0.5 or 0.05 greater?

Hence we get the answer as

**0.5 is greater than 0.05**. Note: The first thing you need to look at is the digit number in each decimal. … 0.5 and 0.05, in both the numbers we can see the number after decimal is 5 for 0.5 and 0 for 0.05. So, we know that 5>0, so 0.5>0.05.## Is a negative number greater than 1?

Originally Answered: What is greater, zero or -1? Negative numbers

**are smaller than zero**. Negative numbers get smaller and smaller the farther they are from zero. so, 0 is greater than -1.## Which is the greater or?

The greater than symbol is

**>**. So, 9>7 is read as ‘9 is greater than 7’. The less than symbol is <. Two other comparison symbols are ≥ (greater than or equal to) and ≤ (less than or equal to).## Is 0.9 or 0.99 greater?

Intuitive explanation

If one places 0.9, 0.99, 0.999, etc. on the number line, one sees immediately that all these points are to the left of 1, and that they get closer and closer to 1. … Therefore, **1 is** the smallest number that is greater than all 0.9, 0.99, 0.999, etc., and so 1 = 0.999….

## Is 2.51 or 2.5 greater?

Answer:

**2.50 is greater**among the two.## Is 0.2 or 0.02 higher?

**0.02 is smaller**. compare the digits after decimal.

## How do you know which decimal is greater?

The greater a decimal is,

**the closer it is to one whole**. The smaller a decimal is the farther it is from one whole. The first thing you need to look at is the digit number in each decimal. These each have two digits in them, so you can compare them right away.## How do you prove .999 is 1?

This is what we mean when we say that

**0.999**… = 1 — the sequence of terminating decimals 0.9, 0.99, 0.999, 0.9999, and so on, converges to 1, so the repeating decimal 0.9999… representing the limit of that sequence, is said to be equal to 1.## Is there a number between 0.999 and 1?

**There are no numbers between 1 and 0.999**… (if the nine’s are repeating to infinity), because 1 is exactly equal to 0.999… (with infinitely repeating 9’s ).

## Is 0.1 or 0.01 greater?

Since you JUST asked which is thelarger number, hands down, it’s

**0.01**.## Is 0.6 and 0.60 the same?

Write 0.6 as 0.60, which is

**60 hundredths**.## Is 0.7 and 0.07 the same?

For example, 0.7 is in the tenths place and represents the fraction 7/10. In the number 0.07 the 7 is in the hundredths place and is the same as the

…

Ten to the Power.

**fraction 7/100**.…

Ten to the Power.

Millions | 7,000,000 | 7×10^{6} |
---|---|---|

Tens | 70 | 7×10^{1} |

Ones | 7 | 7×10^{0} |

Tenths | 0.7 | 7×10^{–}^{1} |

Hundredths | 0.07 | 7×10^{–}^{2} |

## How do I put decimals in order from least to greatest?

Correct answer:

**Look at the ones place first, ignoring the decimal**. The order from greatest to least is 2, 4, 5, 6, and 8. Because none of the numbers in the ones place are the same, it doesn’t matter what the decimal will be on these numbers- the order will remain the same. The order is 2.1, 4.8, 5.2, 6.9, 8.5.

## Is 0.1 and 0.10 the same?

For example,

**0.1 (one tenth) is equal to 0.10**(ten hundredths). … From the model, it is clear that 0.1 is equal to 0.10.## Are tenths bigger than hundredths?

To determine which is greater, begin by comparing the digits farthest left and move to the right, comparing each place value. A chart can help. Hint:

**Tenths are bigger than hundredths**. To compare similar numbers, follow the steps on the next page.