If I understand your question correctly - the answer you're looking for is 8.19
No there is not a ones place in a decimal. It's tenths, hundredths, thousandths, ten thousandths, etc.
It is eighty seven hundredths.
Write each of these numbers in digits 2 tens , 6 ones , 7 tenths & 8 hundredths
7, 3 and 9 respectively.
The ones in the percent would be in the hundredths place. The bold number is the ones place. 98%. Before the hundredths place are the tenths place and the ones. The decimal is 0.98 or .98.
20 tenths; 2 ones.
0.314 can be rounded in hundredths, tenths and ones. In hundredths, it is 0.31, in tenths, it is 0.3 and in ones, it is 0
No ones or units, no tenths but seven hundredths = 7/100
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.
3.24 ^^^ | | | | | The hundredths place | The tenths place The ones place The 2 is in the tenths place
Tenths place; 6: Units (ones) place .7: Tenths place 5: hundredths place
9 ones + 1 tenth + 5 hundredths
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.
80 tenths 1 ones
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
0.505 = zero ones and five tenths and zero hundredths and five thousandths
It is 9.7556
It is 4,008,0A6.95