30.09 . unless not tens but tenths is meant 3 tenths and 9 hundredths = 0.39
Hundreds tens ones decimal point tenths hundredths thousandths564.000Therefore there are no hundredths in the question above.
If you mean 3*10 and 9/100 then it is 30.09 as a decimal
Write each of these numbers in digits 2 tens , 6 ones , 7 tenths & 8 hundredths
53x3.065 Replace the "x" with how many tens there are.
7 ten thousands 9 hundredths 3 ones 6 hundreds 7 tens = 71,573
40.03 4 tens and 3 hundredths 0.43 4 tenths and 3 hundredths
It is 4,008,0A6.95
The 9 is in the tenths column. Remember it's Hundreds, Tens, Ones, decimal, Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths.
15 tens = 150
Since it is a decimal, the 9 stands for tenths, the 5 stands for hundredths, and the 4 stands for ones. Going to the right -> behind the decimal point is tenths, hundredths, thousandths, and so one (there is no such thing as ones here). Going to the left <- in front of the decimal point is where ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and so on begins.
You can write two hundred forty-one and five tenths as: 241.5.Remember that place value is always: Thousands, Hundreds, Tens, Ones [decimal] Tenths, Hundredths, Thousandths.
6 ones and 5 tens
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.
ones tens hundredths thousandths