## Are 0.80 and 0.8 the same?

To write 0.8 as a percent, move the decimal point two places to the right: **0.8 = 0.80** = 80%.

## Are 0.3 and 0.30 equal or not equal?

The place-value chart also shows that **0.3 = 0.30**. Both numbers have the digit 3 in the tenths place. Equivalent decimals are different names for the same amount.

## Which is the greater number?

Imagine the two decimals on a number line.

**The number farthest to the right** is the greater number.

## Is it greater than or less than?

**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).

## What is 0.80 as a fraction?

Answer: 0.8 as a fraction is expressed as **4/5**.

## What is 0.8 as a fraction or mixed number?

Answer: 0.8 as a fraction is **8/10** or 4/5.

## Is 3.0 and 3 the same number?

**The integer 3 and the floating-point number 3.0 clearly have the same value**, so if(3 == 3.0) is true.

## Is 0.2 or 0.22 greater?

Anyway, they go left to right in the order you wrote them. However, the distance between two consecutive numbers keeps getting smaller. 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 0.33 or 0.35 bigger?

Both numbers are numerically equal. **None is greater**.

## Is negative number bigger than 0?

Numbers can be positive or negative. Positive numbers are greater than 0, and negative numbers are **less than 0**.

## How do u add fractions?

Numbers can be positive or negative. Positive numbers are greater than 0, and negative numbers are **less than 0**.

## What does 60 mean in math?

“**Sixty per cent**” is short for “sixty per centum”, or “sixty per hundred.” This indicates a whole-number ratio of 60:100 or 3:5, which is represented by the lowest-terms fraction 3/5 and the exact decimal 0.6.

## What does this mean >=?

The greater than or equal to symbol is **used to represent inequality in math**. It tells us that the given variable is either greater than or equal to a particular value. For example, if x ≥ 3 is given, it means that x is either greater than or equal to 3.

## How do you write greater than 50?

The greater than or equal to symbol is **used to represent inequality in math**. It tells us that the given variable is either greater than or equal to a particular value. For example, if x ≥ 3 is given, it means that x is either greater than or equal to 3.

## How do you compare two numbers?

- Write the numbers in a place-value chart.
- Compare the digits starting with the greatest place value.
- If the digits are the same, compare the digits in the next place value to the right. Keep comparing digits with the same place value until you find digits that are different.

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