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Q: Is the single digit number greater than 9?

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The only other single-digit number higher than 5 which is a prime number is 7 - 9 is equal to 3 squared, and is thus not a prime number.

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It is: 9

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Yes, an infinite amount. Any greater than zero and less than 10 The answer is digit. Any number that is less than ten and greater than zero will be a single digit. Once it hits ten, it becomes double digits and continues to increase.

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Yes, unless the 3 digit number is negative, or a decimal.

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100 times greater because 100*0.5 = 50

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For now, I'll assume for simplicity that the numbers are positive. The number with the greatest amount of integer digits (before the decimal point, if any) is larger. If both numbers have the same number of integer digits, compare each digit in turn until you find one digit that is different. The number with the largest digit in this place is larger. Examples: 1234 is greater than 430, because it has more digits. 125 is greater than 117, because in the first digit they differ (second position from left), it has the greater digit. 0.007 is greater than 0.0009, because in the third digit to the right of the decimal point (the first digit where they differ), it has the greater digit (7 is greater than 0).

none, by definition a 3 digit number is greater than 99, thus "020" and "20.0" can not be a 3 digit number

The number/digit 2.