To read the decimal 8.79, you read it eight and seventy-nine hundredths because after the decimal, there are two place values. The first is tenths and the second is hundredths. Since the last number, 9, is in the hundredth place, the whole decimal would be read as a hundredth.
You would round the number up - to read 7.040
You would round the number UP - to read 39.9910 (or 39.991)
.54 is bigger than .51. When you read a decimal, you read it from left to right, the biggest decimal number being the one closest to the decimal point.
a decimal that never ends and keeps going on and on in that same order. Example: if 6 was a repeating decimal it would read: .666666666666666666 etc Example #2: if 52 was a repeating decimal it would read: 5252525252525252 etc
It is 0.00300
76.7 = seventy-six and seven tenths.
As many as there were before the number was read!
Since the magnitude of the given number is less than 1 it cannot be expressed as a mixed number. It already appears as a decimal number in the question. I suggest that you read your questions before posting them!
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4.625 is easier to read. If you divide the bottom number into the top number, you'll get the decimal.
23.23 = twenty-three and twenty-three hundredths
A palindromic number is a number whose digits, with decimal representation usually assumed, are the same read backwards, for example, 58285.
the color of the chart represents the color that the pH test strip tuned there should be a decimal number the decimal number should be with the color so 7.0 is the normal pH level for a human
You would round it up... to read 4.0 (or simply 4).
The decimal point is usually written as a comma, in Spanish-speaking countries. In that case, you would read this number as "ciento cincuenta y uno coma ocho".
0.2415 is read as " zero point two four one five". This is so because after decimal point, we read the individual numbers, not the number as a whole.
0.09647 = nine thousand, six hundred forty-seven hundred-thousandths.
Exponential notations are ways of writing very large or very small numbers using exponents. The first step is to add or move the decimal point. For a number like 0.00435 you move the decimal to make it 4.35, or for 345,000 the decimal would be 3.45. After moving the decimal you count how many spaces. If the decimal moved to the right then it looks like 4.35*10^-3 and when moving left it would read 3.45*10^5.
If the measurement is in metres (m): 14.895678 Mm (megameters - 106 m)
Not quite. Because the last number after the decimal point is a zero, we can forget that zero exists as it holds no information. Because numbers after the decimal are moving in the opposite direction to the numbers before the decimal, a zero to the right means nothing, the same as if the first number on the left before the decimal was a zero (example 0100 is 100, the 0 at the beginning means nothing to us).So your number is essentially 0.348. We have 3 tenths, 4 hundredths, and 8 thousandths. So we are going to express this number as thousandths because that is the placing of the last number. Then just read the number after the decimal in the same way you would read a number before the decimal, in this case 348 or three hundred and forty-eight.So your answer is three hundred and forty-eight thousandths.If you were looking for an answer in cents, as in the original number is actually $0.3480, this is different. The tenths and hundredths place after the decimal are whole cents, so the number becomes 34.8 cents (The 34 has become whole numbers and the 8 has moved into the tenths position). This would be worded as thirty-four and eight tenths cents (or the lazy version, thirty-four point eight cents).
If the basis is 100 'points' for a one carat stone, and your number begins with a decimal, then the diamond has .0075 points -- less than one, which would read .0100 points.
You read ounces on a digital scale, by reading what is after the decimal point. Any numbers after the decimal point are ounces.