i think its 44.36
If 3.8 was rewritten to show tenths and hundredths?
They add up to: 14*10+42/10+20/100 = 144.4
50.99 would be rounded to 51. This is how: The 9 in the hundredths would be rounded to 10. Since you can not put ten you put 0 in the hundredths and add 1 to the tenths. You can not put 10 in the tenths spot either, so you add 1 to the tens spot. Concluding to 51.0
add on a zero
You are lining up the place value columns, so that the tens are under each other, the ones are under each other, the tenths are under each other, the hundredths are under each other, etc so that when you do the addition/subtraction you are adding/subtracting the tens from the tens, the ones from the ones, the tenths from the tenths, the hundredths from the hundredths, etc. The easiest way to line up the place value columns is to align the decimal points. Remember that an empty place value column is the same as that place value column containing a zero. When adding/subtracting whole numbers align the numbers at their right hand end. What you are doing is actually aligning the "hidden" decimal points - the decimal point sits between the ones place value column and the tenths place value column; when there is no decimal part of a number, the decimal point (and trailing zeros) are not written, so it is "hiding" after the last (ones) digit of the number.
Don't really understand the question but will try to clarify. 3 units (wholes) is 3; 5 tenths is .5; if by 4 tens you mean 4 tenths, it is .4; if you mean 4 x 10, it is 40; if by 7 hundreds you mean 7 hundredths, it is .07' if you mean 7 x 10, it is 70. If you are adding 3 units + 5 tenths (,5) + 4 tenths (.4) + 7 hundredths (.07), set up the problem as follows: 3.00 + .50 + .40 + .07 and add. Answer is 3.97
That's how numbers go. The first decimal place is tenths, the second is hundredths. 0.75 has 7 tenths, which is 70 hundredths. Add the 5 in the hundredths place and you've got seventy-five hundredths.
Make sure the weights on the hundreds, tens, and ones places are in the notch and a number is showing in the little window. Add these together. Then look at the scale with the slider. It is numbered in tenths of a gram. The little tick marks are hundredths of a gram. Count the tenths and add that to you number so far. Then count the number of little tick marks. That adds the hundredths place to your number.
8.2 8 is the ones column, 2 is the tenths, and 1 is the hundredths. If the hundredths are 5 or higher then rounding to the tenths you add one to the tenths place and drop the hundredths. Since 1 is less than 5 the nearest tenth is 8.2
the numerical order in this specific equation from left to right is tens (3), ones (0), Tenths (2), hundredths (1) and thousandths (4) If you want to add five tenths, you simply add the five to the number that is in the tenths column (the two that appears directly AFTER the decimal point) 5+2=7 Your new number is 30.714
add a zero, 3/10 = 30/100
They add up to 2.74 as a decimal number
.42 is greater than .24 How did you get the answer? 4 tenths means it is .4 2 hundredths means .02 So you add the two together and you get .42 If you do the same to the other you will get .24 which is a smaller number.
tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths (etc.) (just add a 'ths' to the end of the number.)
7.09 as 7.9 is seven and nine tenths so add a 0 to make it seven and nine hundredths.
The tens digit. When there is a 4 in the tens digit, you multiply the 4 by ten, and figure out what the four is worth. Because 4 times 10 equals 40, that is what the 4 represents. The 6 is in the ones digit (1 times 6 equals 6) and the 3 is in the tenths (not tens, tenths [which is one tenth on one] ) and 3 times one tenth equals 3 tenths, or 0.3. To get the total amount, you add them all up, and get forty-six and three tenths!
You take the hundredths position and round it to the tenths position. In this example 2 rounds down to add nothing and thus forms 2.3
When you add tens to the tens digit and ones it goes ten more.
No, same number. When a number is to the RIGHT of the decimal point, you could add zeros to the right side and not change the value. Two tenths and twenty hundredths are the same.
Look at the hundredths place only. If it is 5 or more round up, add one to the tenths place, and throw away the hundredths and all decimal parts to the right of it. If the hundredths place is less than 5 round down, which means keep the tenths place the same and throw away the hundredths and all decimal parts to the right of it. Ex: 65.734 ... 3 is the hundredths place and is less than 5 ... round down = 65.7 or 74.38111 --- 8 is the hundredths place and is greater than 5 ... round up = 74.4
17 tenths or 17/10, 1 equals 10 tenths, and the 7 is in the tenths slot, so you add 10 tenths to 7 tenths and you get 17 tenths
Provided it is tens, 880. If it were tenths, 884.7 Don't add any any extra zeroes, because that implies it's more accurate than it really is. e.g. 884.70 implies the number has been measured or rounded to the nearest hundredth.
sixteen hundredths is written as 0.16 or one tenth and six hundredths.