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Q: 1 tenth teaspoon multiplied by ten?

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1/10 teaspoons * 10 = 1 teaspoon = 1/3 tablespoons

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No.2 (1/4) + (1/2) = 1 whole, of anything, not only teaspoons.

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One tenth = ten hundredths so you multiply by 10.

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This is because when fractions are multiplied together both their numerators and denominators are multiplied... So .1*.1=.01 it is easier to think of in a fraction so 1/10 * 1/10= (1*1)/(10*10) or 1/100

Ten hundredths equal a tenth. For example, when you add 1 hundredth (0.01) to 9 hundredths (0.09), you get 1 tenth (0.1).

first measure how many milimeteres is the teaspoon of water, then work out 1/10 of the water then measure it and put it in another teaspoon and WOLA! thats done!

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It is one tenth as great.