4 and three tenths as a decimal = 4.3
what does fourty tenths and 7 hundredths look like
35.052 tenths = 3.5052
it would look like this 2.3
It is 3.3
four tenths = 4/10 = 2/5 when reduced
3.04 Pretty simple, really.
4+0.6 Four and six tenths
I believe it is twelve and three tenths. I haven't done fractions in a while however, so i would look at an online calculator. =^.^= Yep.
It is 0.3
the correct answer for "what dose 23 hundredths look like in decimal notation is 0.23. The first place behind the decimal point is the tenths, the second is the hundredths, and the third is the thousandths
Look at the decimal places. The first one after the decimal point is the tenths place, which means you can read .08 as eight tenths. So .08 = 8/10. Then you can reduce 8/10 to 4/5
It would look like this: 9 602 11.3
1.8 = one and eight tenths
That would be 387.4 To round to the nearest tenth, you look to the number to the right of the tenths place (the first number after the decimal is the tenths place, and you are looking at the hundredths place). If that number is five or higher, the number after the decimal goes up by one (it is "rounded up"). If that number is four or less, the number after the decimal stays the same. No matter what happens to the number in the tenths place, the number in the hundredths place (and any numbers that might be after it) are "thrown out" and go away
To round a number, the decimal place that you want to round to, needs to be specified. If you want to round to the tenths place or to 1 decimal place, then this number is already there: 7.7 is seven and seven tenths. If you want to round it to zero decimal places, or to the nearest whole number, then look at the tenths place and if it is 0-4 you round down to 7, if it is 5-9 (which it is) you round up to 8.
2.4 because the number four is in the tenths place you look to the right to determine if the number will increase or stay the same.
you don't divide. to turn a decimal into a fraction, you look at the place values. for example the number four. if it is 0.4 the fraction is 4/10 or 2/5 because the four is in the TENths place. if it is 0.04 the fraction is 4/100 or 1/25 because the four is in the HUNDREDths place. now if you have a decimal like 0.34 then you would look at the last number. 0.34 would be 34/100 because the last number is in the HUNDREDths place.
first look to see if it is a tenth and then since ten has 1 zero put put 3.6 .