One tenth =1/10=0.1 One hundredth=1/100=0.01 Sum =0.1+0.01=0.11
eleven hundredths 1/10 = 10/100 then 10/100 + 1/100 = 11/100
nineteen is not equal to the sum of one and one tenth of one hundred
4/10, or 2/5.
It is one half.
One tenth can also be expressed as 0.1; 0.8 + 0.1 = 0.9. Thus, the sum of 0.8 and one tenth (1/10) is 0.9.
3.83 to the nearest tenth = 3.8
In order to find product of any two digit number with eleven, 1-At first let the tenth and one's place be same at their original places. 2-Then,put the sum of the digits in the tenth and one's place between them.
The answer is 27.6. The sum is 8+12.1+6.6+.9
.08 + 6 = 6.08
The sum of 2/3 and 1/10 is 23/30.
The sum of 1/10 and 2/3 is 23/30
what is the sum of the first 10 positive integers? To me, if you include 0 as the first integer, then the tenth integer is 9 and the sum is 45. If you don't include 0, the tenth integer is 10, and the sum is 55.
The sum of any one number is itself.
The sum of 1/8 and 7/10 is 33/40
It is 1.54, or one and fifty four hundredths.
Your question is not clear. You want to multiply 1.4 added to one tenth. What are you multiplying it by? It takes a minimum of two numbers to perform a multiplication. If I add one tenth to 1.4 the sum is 1.5 and after that, I could multiply it by something if there was something to multiply it by.
As one example in Excel, SUM is a function. It will find the sum of a range of cells. =SUM(A1:A12) will find the sum of all values in cells A1 through A12.
You add one to the other.
It is 8.25*10^10.