greater thanthe symbol >; shows the first set is larger than the second set; also more thanless thanthe symbol <; shows the first set is smaller than the second set; also fewerdecimal numberA decimal is any number in our base-ten number system that is part of a whole number.
example:
1/2 is the same as 0.5
one dollar and 5 cents= $1.05 = 1 and 5/100equivalent decimalsDecimals that name the
same amount.
Example: 0.7=0.70exponential formwhen a number is written with a base and exponentbasethe number being multiplied by the exponentexponentThe number of times a BASE number is multiplied by ITSELFpowers of tenNumbers with a base of 10 and an exponent that states how many times the number 10 should be multiplied by itselftenths valueThe 3 represents what place value in the number: 4,267.385?hundredths valueThe 8 represents what place value in the number: 4,267.385?thousandths valueThe 5 represents what place value in the number: 4,267.385?thousands valueThe 4 represents what place value in the number: 4,267.385?hundreds valueThe 2 represents what place value in the number: 4,267.385?tens valueThe 6 represents what place value in the number: 4,267.385?ones valueThe 7 represents what place value in the number: 4,267.385?