# Which number is greater or

## What is greater than a negative number?

On the number line the negative numbers are

**to the left of zero**. –5 is less than 4, because –5 lies to the left of 4 on the number line. –1 is greater than –3, because –1 lies to the right of –3 on the number line.## How do you know 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 0.01 or 0.05 bigger?

So

**1% (0.01) is greater than 5% (0.05)**, in that we can more comfortably accept alternative hypotesis (there is difference, there is association or correlation).## Which is the greater or?

The wide end of the sign should always open to the greater number. When we’re comparing numbers, we compare place values from left to right. The number that has the first place value with a bigger digit is farther from 0 on the number line. The

**number farthest to**the right on the number line is the greater number.## Is 0.1 or 1.0 greater?

Yes.

**-0.1 is bigger than -1**.## Is 0.1 or 0.001 greater?

When it comes to decimals or fractions,0.01= 1/100 which is obviously greater than 0.001=

**1/1000**.## What does p-value of .01 mean?

Thus a p-value of . 01 means

**there is an excellent chance — 99 per cent**— that the difference in outcomes would NOT be observed if the intervention had no benefit whatsoever.## Is .007 statistically significant?

at the margin of statistical significance (p<0.07) close to being statistically signiﬁcant (

**p=0.055**) … only slightly non-significant (p=0.0738) provisionally significant (p=0.073)## 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 0.5 or 0.25 smaller?

**0.5 is larger than 0.25**because 0.5 can also be written as 0.50 which is greater than 0.25.

## Is 0.5 and 0.50 the same?

Equivalent decimals are decimal numbers that have the same value. For example,

**0.5 and 0.50 are equivalent decimals**. … and they do not change the value of the number.## Is 7 or 0.7 solution greater?

Hence ,

**7**> 0.7. Therefore, 7 is greater.## Is 0.13 or 0.031 greater?

**0.13>0.031**because it takes 10 hundredths to make 1 tenth, so 0.031 is less than 1 tenth and 0.13 is greater than 1 tenth. … They both have 2 tenths, but 0.21 has 1 hundredth, thereby making it greater than 0.203 which has 0 hundredths.

## How do you tell which decimal is greater?

The decimal number with the

**greater digit in the tenths place is greater**. For example, 9.85 is greater than 9.65. If the digits in the tenths place are equal, compare the digits in the hundredths place. The decimal number with the greater digit in the hundredths place is greater.## Is 0.5 or 0.55 greater?

**0.55**is next since it’s larger than 0.5 but, smaller than 0.75.

## Is 0.2 or 0.02 higher?

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

## Is 3/4 bigger or smaller than 5 6?

Converting to Decimal

Now that these fractions have been converted to decimal format, we can compare the numbers to get our answer. 0.75 is NOT greater than 0.8333 which also means that **3/4 is NOT greater than 5/6**.