# Is 2.5 greater than 2.75?

• Is 2.5 greater than 2.75?

Answer #1 | 01/08 2015 08:27
No, its is not.
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Answer #2 | 01/08 2015 15:23
No it isn't. In full terms it would be 2.50 and 2.75. And it's like 50 cents and 75 cents- which one is more? The 0.75 cents.
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Answer #3 | 03/08 2015 05:15
No.
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Answer #4 | 01/08 2015 15:53
Is 5 greater than 7?
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Answer #5 | 04/08 2015 03:54
2.5 is not greater than 2.75.
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Answer #6 | 04/08 2015 13:32
I need help....
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Answer #7 | 02/08 2015 11:45
2.5 is smaller to 2.75 by ; 2.75-2.50 = 0.25 , you can confirm by plotting number diagram
Positive: 50 %
Answer #8 | 03/08 2015 12:15
No.
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Answer #9 | 05/08 2015 07:27
No, 2.75 is Greater than 2.5
Positive: 50 %
Answer #10 | 01/08 2015 08:53
Is 5 greater than 7?
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Answer #11 | 01/08 2015 08:55
Of course not. Is two dollars and 50 cents greater than two dollars and 75 cents? !?!?!?
Positive: 50 %
Answer #12 | 01/08 2015 14:55
no, 2.75 is greater.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #13 | 01/08 2015 15:43
well, if u talk about their negatives, then yes, -2.5 is greater than -2.75.... but 2.5 can never be greater than 2.75. put these two numbers in the number line and u will see that 2.75 is to the right of 2.5
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Answer #14 | 01/08 2015 16:39
You're asking if 5 is greater than 7 ?
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Answer #15 | 01/08 2015 21:55
no, 2.75 is greater.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #16 | 01/08 2015 15:24
...the BLIND leading the BLIND !! LOOK IN THE TENTHS PLACE...which is greater ?? 2.75 > 2.50 You must be at least 13 years old to use Y!A...you are NOT !!
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Anonymous45249 | 21/08 2017 06:13
Positive: 50 %
Answer #18 | 02/08 2015 23:23
No
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Answer #19 | 01/08 2015 15:55
Of course not. Is two dollars and 50 cents greater than two dollars and 75 cents? !?!?!?
Positive: 50 %
Answer #20 | 02/08 2015 21:02
5/2 versus 11/4 or 10/4 vs. 11/4 so, 2.75>2.5
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Answer #21 | 01/08 2015 09:39
You're asking if 5 is greater than 7 ?
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Answer #22 | 02/08 2015 16:23
No
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Answer #23 | 05/08 2015 14:27
No, 2.75 is Greater than 2.5
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Answer #24 | 04/08 2015 06:32
I need help....
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Answer #25 | 01/08 2015 10:47
NO 2•5 = 2½ 2•75 = 2¾
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Answer #26 | 01/08 2015 08:24
...the BLIND leading the BLIND !! LOOK IN THE TENTHS PLACE...which is greater ?? 2.75 > 2.50 You must be at least 13 years old to use Y!A...you are NOT !!
Positive: 50 %
Answer #27 | 01/08 2015 08:43
well, if u talk about their negatives, then yes, -2.5 is greater than -2.75.... but 2.5 can never be greater than 2.75. put these two numbers in the number line and u will see that 2.75 is to the right of 2.5
Positive: 45.454545454545 %
Answer #28 | 03/08 2015 04:02
5/2 versus 11/4 or 10/4 vs. 11/4 so, 2.75>2.5
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Answer #29 | 01/08 2015 08:23
No it isn't. In full terms it would be 2.50 and 2.75. And it's like 50 cents and 75 cents- which one is more? The 0.75 cents.
Positive: 45.454545454545 %
Answer #30 | 02/08 2015 18:45
2.5 is smaller to 2.75 by ; 2.75-2.50 = 0.25 , you can confirm by plotting number diagram
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Answer #31 | 03/08 2015 20:54
2.5 is not greater than 2.75.
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Answer #32 | 02/08 2015 01:55
no
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Answer #33 | 01/08 2015 15:27
No, its is not.
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Answer #34 | 01/08 2015 17:47
NO 2•5 = 2½ 2•75 = 2¾
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Answer #35 | 01/08 2015 18:55
no
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