# Math

What percent is the greatest? 0.01% or
0.05%. If I wanted to buy a cream that has the greatest strengh, which percent would I purchase?

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1. 0.01% = 0.0001 or 1 part of 1,000

0.05% = 0.0005 or 5 parts of 1,000

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2. If I wanted to buy a cream that has a large strength, what cream would I have to purchase? 0.01% or 0.05%

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3. Which is more -- one part of a thousand or five parts of a thousand?

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4. I do not know? please explain.

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5. Which is larger -- 1 or 5?

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