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Q: How do you write the word form for 3.100 and tell the value of of of the underlined digit which is the 1 in 3.100?

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3100 hundred-thousandths in standard form is 3.1 × 10-2

First the closest square is 52=25 so the first digit is 5 Then you write two 0 at the right of 31 -> 3100 and try to find the closest square between 50 and 59 (5 is the first digit found) The closest square to 3100 is 55, 552=3025, 562=3136, so the second digit is 5 and one gets 55 Now with 310000 and a number between 550 and 559, the closest square is 5562=309136, the third digit is 6 and so on.... So sqrt(31)=5.56....

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A decimal number is simply a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. A decimal representation does not require a decimal point. So the required decimal representation is 3100, exactly as in the question.

-3100 is an integer, not a fraction. You could write it in the form of a rational fraction as -3100/1.

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3100 hundred-thousandths in standard form is 3.1 × 10-2

First the closest square is 52=25 so the first digit is 5 Then you write two 0 at the right of 31 -> 3100 and try to find the closest square between 50 and 59 (5 is the first digit found) The closest square to 3100 is 55, 552=3025, 562=3136, so the second digit is 5 and one gets 55 Now with 310000 and a number between 550 and 559, the closest square is 5562=309136, the third digit is 6 and so on.... So sqrt(31)=5.56....

217030% off of 3100= 30% less applied to 3100= 3100 - (30% * 3100)= 3100 - (0.30 * 3100)= 3100 - 930= 2170

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Three and one tenth.

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3100 is an integer which can be expressed as a fraction as 3100/1.

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