MATH 156

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14) 2.09, 2.9, 2.099, 2.999

A)2.999, 2.9, 2.099, 2.09
B)2.09, 2.9, 2.099, 2.999
C)2.09, 2.099, 2.9, 2.999
D)2.099, 2.09, 2.999, 2.9

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No. A. is not correct.

2.999 is the largest of this set of numbers. You're supposed to put them in order of INCREASING size.

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So then if 2.999 is the largest set of numbers then what is it asking for by increasing size? hint please

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Start with the smallest number and end with the largest number. If 2.99 is the largest number, then it should be at the end.

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Is 2.9 less than 2.099?

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