Is 0.50 greater or less than 1?
0.5 is half of 1.
When you divide a fraction less than 1 by a whole number greater than 1 is the quotient less than greater than or equal to the dividend?
How can you tell whether the sum of two fractions with a common denominator is greater than 1 less than 1 or equal to?
When dividing a number which is greater than you by a number less than 1 will the quotient be greater than or less than the dividend?
The mathematical symbol for 'less than' is < and for 'greater than' is > On the keyboard, < is found over the comma, while > is found over the period, or full stop. One way to remember which way the symbols go is this: BIGGER > smaller smaller < BIGGER or 2 > 1 (2 is greater than 1) 1 < 2 (1 is less than 2)
When you multiply two rational numbers will you always get a number that is smaller than the two factors?
No. A rational number is ANY number that can be represented as one integer over a second integer (which cannot be zero). There is no requirement that the top integer is less than the bottom integer (an improper fraction is still a rational number - all integers are rational numbers as they can be represented as an improper fraction with a 1 as the denominator). Only if both rational numbers are less than 1 will…