Q: How do you use a decimal point to read?

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No. It is read as "zero point three" or "point three"

1.3 is read as 'one point three'.

twelve hundredths

To type a decimal point, you use the period key. .

the decimal point

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It separates the numbers

No. It is read as "zero point three" or "point three"

0.110 is read as "ten thousandths".

1.3 is read as 'one point three'.

twelve hundredths

To type a decimal point, you use the period key. .

point two tenths

the decimal point

.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.

3.45 is pronounced "Three and Forty Five hundredths. A decimal is considered "and" when read like this

In words, you can read that as "zero point one five".

No, because when using a whole numberyou don't have to use a decimal point.