Starting with what each decimal place is called:
.1 one tenth
.01 one hundreth
.001 one thousanth
.0001 one ten-thousanth
.00001 one hundred-thousanth
.000001 one millionth
So, If you have the number:
.999999, and add one more...1.000000
you need 1,000,000 (one million) to make a whole.
The answer is 15754478754.385734 Sorry but its not a whole number!
A million, hence the name
Expressed as a decimal, nineteen millionths is equal to 0.000019.
7 millionths of a meter
eight eighths equal a whole.
Fractions can't be expressed as integers which are whole numbers
641 millionths is rational because it can be written as a ratio of two integers, 641:1000000. This means that 641 millionths is equal to 641/1000000, which is a rational number.
um.. obviously 16 sixteenths equal a whole
six !!!!! noo! there are no decimals in a million a million is a whole number. 0.1234 0=whole number 1=tenths place 2=hundredths place 3=thousandths place 4= millionths place there is one decimal in millionths 1,000,000 = one million
Ten-tenths equal one whole. If you have anything like that, such as 4/4, 5/5, six-sixths, 7-sevenths, etc., it will always equal one whole. Even if the number is fifty-million fifty-millionths, it will still equal one whole. Was that a test question to see how smart people are, or did you seriously not know? Anyway, sorry for all the information. . .but you asked for it! Have A Great Day.
1,000 of them
3 tents and 300 thousandths, 3000 millionths ect...