7 ones and 90 tenths written as a decimal is the same as 7 ones and 9 ones written as a decimal, so the answer is 16.0
Three tenths and nine ones written as a decimal is 0.3 + 9 = 9.3
It is 405.308
6 ones 5 tenths = 6.5 in decimal
9 and 3/10 = 9.3
. the correct answer is 4 and 13 hundreds. 4.13
You write it as 0.004 because to the left of the decimal point is ones, to the first zero to the right of the decimal point is tenths, to the second zero to the right of the decimal point is hundredths, and so on.
one ones two tenths and zero hundreths
It is six, to one decimal place.
The dot between the ones and the tenths is called the decimal point.
No. It separates the ones place from the tenths place.Examples5.89 The decimal is between the 5 in the ones place and the 8 in the tenths place.43.26 The decimal is between the 3 in the ones place and the 2 in the tenths place.147.902 The decimal is between the 7 in the ones place and the 9 in the tenths place.
Four point six
9 ones 3 hundredths in decimal form is 9.03
1.86 (The first column in front of the point is the ones. Therefore 1 one. The first column is the tenths and the next is hundredths) *Th* as a suffix indicated (in maths) any position or column after the decimal point (.) .
the tenths place
The 4 is in the tenths place, so in 2.4 we have 2 ones and 4 tenths. We can also write the decimal 2.4 as a mixed number 2 4/10 or equivalently as 2 2/5.
No there is not a ones place in a decimal. It's tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, etc.
Five thousands 1 hundreds 9 tenths 3 ones