Posted by Numbers on Sunday, October 16, 2011 at 5:13pm.
Order the following list of ‘numbers’ from smallest to largest. Describe any restrictions that apply. Respond to the general case, not a specific example. Then explain where ‘.cb’ would appear in the list.
.ab .aca .a

Math  Steve, Monday, October 17, 2011 at 11:18am
OK. We can assume that .a is the smallest, since the next digit is zero, and the other two have a nonzero 2nd digit.
Given that the 2nd digit is either b or c, that will determine which comes next.
if a < c, then .cb will come 4th.
if a > c, then .cb will come first.
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