Seven thousandths = 0.007 in decimal form.
.66, the first number after the decimal is in the tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, etc.0.66
0.015. The first number after the decimal point is tenths, the second is hundredths, the third is thousandths.
536 thousandths to decimal = 0.536
Seven and three hundredths is expressed as 7.03 in decimal form. Remember, the fist unit to the right of the decimal place is tenths, the second is hundredths, the third is thousandths, the fourth is ten-thousandths, etc.
.48; the first number behind the decimal point is tenths, the next is hundredths, if there was a third number it would be in the thousandths place, ten thousandths, etc . (decimal point, 4 (tenths place, 8 is in the hundredths place = .48
No there is not a ones place in a decimal. It's tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, etc.
Tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten-thousandths, etc...
three hundredths in decimal = 0.03
36 hundredths written as a decimal is: 0.36. Remember it's tenths, hundredths, thousandths.
Tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, hundred thousandths, millionths and so on.
15 hundredths = 0.15 15 thousandths = 0.015 15 ten thousandths = 0.0015
A decimal "to the hundredths" stops two value places after the decimal point.Here are some examples:Decimal to the hundredths: 1.09Decimal to the thousandths: 1.009Decimal to the ten thousandths: 1.0009
Round it up or down. Examples: 0.014 (thousandths ) is 0.01 (Hundredths) and 0.0 (Tenths) 0.567 (Thousandths) is 0.57 (Hundredths) and 0.6 (Tenths) 27.499 (Thousandths) is 27.50 (Hundredths) and 27.5 (Tenths)
0.02 is 2 hundredths 0.002 is 2 thousandths together they would be 0.022 :)
ninety-two hundredths as a decimal number.
first you need to remember your decimal placements. To the right of your decimal you have Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths, Ten Thousandths... and so on.. If you have .065 the 5 being in the third placement it would put it thousandths... so your fraction would read 65/1000. ~ .678276 would be 678276/ 1000000
Tenths/ Hundredths/ Thousandths /Ten-Thousandths/Hundred-Thousandths/Millionths
units,tenths,hundredths,thousandths - 3.004, three and four one thousandths
decimal places go .1(tenths) .01(hundredths), and .001(thousandths) and there are 10 thousandths in a hundredth and 10 hundredths in a tenth .9 is 9 tenths which is 90 hundredths or 900 thousandths but normally you would just say "nine tenths"
The place value columns after the decimal point, starting form the one immediately to the right of the decimal point and going right, are: tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ... thus as the 2 is in the third place value column after the decimal point, it is in the thousandths column and represents two-thousandths (2/1000).
0.16 = 16 hundredths 0.016 = 16 thousandths
Convert the fractional part into tenths, hundredths, thousandths etc. So four fifths is 8 tenths, so you get 3.8
The first place after (to the right of) the decimal point is occupied by tenths, the second place by hundredths, the third place by thousandths and the fourth place by ten thousandths. nine ten-thousandths is 0.0009
the correct answer for "what dose 23 hundredths look like in decimal notation is 0.23. The first place behind the decimal point is the tenths, the second is the hundredths, and the third is the thousandths