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### Course: Staging content lifeboat>Unit 14

Lesson 28: Comparing decimals

# Comparing decimals (tenths and hundredths)

Sal compares decimals like 0.7 and 0.09 with greater and less than symbols.

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• is this the same 0.90 0.9
• Yes they are the same. This is because 0.90 is 90/100, 0.9 is 9/10, and 90/100 reduces to 9/10 after dividing top and bottom by 10.

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• what is 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, x 5,789
• 578900000000000000000000000000
• how far can you push the decimal point to the right
• To infinity and beyond!
• Cool thank youfor showing me
• WHY do you have to do math?
• Because what if in 9999 if you caculater broke you would not now how to do math!
(1 vote)
• this is pretty easy just think about that
tenths are greater than hundrenths and ones are bigger than tenths
• Which number would make this statement true?
3.3 > ___?
(1 vote)
• At you said "Hundredths are much smaller than tenths" I want to know why hundredths are smaller than tenths aren't hundredth's bigger than tenths