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1 and 1 tenth = 1.1 4 over 5 = 0.8 You figure it out from there.

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eleven percent is greater than one tenth one tenth = 1/10 or 0.1 eleven percent = 11% = 0.11 thus 11% > 1/10

0.159 the tenth is .1, but since the hundredths digit is equal to or greater than 5, we round 1 up to 2. Therefore, 0.159 rounded to the nearest tenth is 0.2

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.1 means one tenth .6 means six tenths six tenths is greater than one tenth so 6.166 is smaller than 6.616

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Equivalent fractions. 1/10 = 100/1000 100 is greater than 99.

Equivalent fractions. 1/10 = 100/1000 100 is greater than 99.

When rounding to the tenth, look at the next number (in your case, in the 100th column)... if it is 5 or greater, then add 1 to the tenth spot and drop the rest. If it's less than 5, then just drop the rest. So, 7.93 rounded to the nearest tenth would be 7.9. 7.95, however, would be 8.0 (add 1 to the tenth)

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No. 5.1 is 5 and "1 tenth and a bit less than 1 tenth", but 5.2 is 5 and "2 tenths". "2 tenths" is greater than "1 tenth and a bit less than 1 tenth". Thus 5.19 < 5.2 Alternatively, with 5.2 there are no hundredths, so you can put a zero in the (empty) hundredths column and not change its value: 5.2 = 5.20 Now it is easy to see 5.19 has 19 hundredths and 5.2 = 5.20 has 20 hundredths and 19 < 20, so 5.19 < 5.20 = 5.2

eight tenths is greater 1 tenth may be smaller than 1 eighth but there are 8 1 tenths and only 3 1 eighths that amount is smaller than the amount of how many tenths there are