Q: How do you write the decimal in stAndard forms ten and twenty-four hundredths?

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0.76 = seventy-six hundredths or (0 x 1) + (7/10) + (6/100)

Standard form: 1.5*10-1 seconds, expanded form: (0.1 + 0.05) seconds.

9.02 Other forms are fractional 9 2/100 (9 1/50 ) or exponential 9.02 x 100

fourteen and six hundredths

Standard form - The form to right it as a number. 10.38 Expanded form - The form to expand (stretch) a number. 10 + .3 + .08 Written form - The form to write out a number. Ten and thirty eight hundredths.

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0.76 = seventy-six hundredths or (0 x 1) + (7/10) + (6/100)

Standard form: 1.5*10-1 seconds, expanded form: (0.1 + 0.05) seconds.

9.02 Other forms are fractional 9 2/100 (9 1/50 ) or exponential 9.02 x 100

Two and six hundredths.

fourteen and six hundredths

Standard form - The form to right it as a number. 10.38 Expanded form - The form to expand (stretch) a number. 10 + .3 + .08 Written form - The form to write out a number. Ten and thirty eight hundredths.

In USA when considering standard and expanded forms, Yes Otherwise: Standard form (also known as "standard index form" or "scientific notation") requires a single non-zero digit before the decimal point and a multiplier of a power of 10 which gets the decimal point back to where it was in the original number. To calculated the power of the ten count how many digits the decimal point needs to move; if it needs to move to the left make it negative. As it does not have a multiplier of a power of 10, No. 600 = 6 × 10² in standard form.

15.65 is in decimal form.

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6.75 is a number in decimal form. However, you can convert it into two other equivalent decimal forms. One is 6.7500... with as many 0s as you like. Although equivalent as a number, the greater the number of 0s, the greater the implied precision of the number. For example, 6.75 is accurate to the nearest hundredths but 6.750 to the nearest thousandths and so on.Another equivalent form is 6.7499... recurring, where the 9s continue for ever.

It is 1.375