There are 7.5 tenths in 34.75
There are 70 tenths in 7.
If you assume that number 1 equals 10, then there are ten tenths in this. If you take the number up to 3.5, then this would be 35 tenths. However, if you are asking how many tenths are there in 3 and a half from the NUMBER 10, then this works out at 2.85.
Anytime you have a number divided into "TENTHS" the answer is 10!
30 because there are 10 tenths in each whole number ok dumbo
Number of halves in three and five tenths is 7
One after the decimal point, 261 if you are counting each full number as ten tenths.
The number three is in the tenths place.
There is no digit in the tenths place of the number 26 - the tenths place is the number to the right of the decimal point.
So, the number you are given is 5 8/10 To calculate the number of tenths, you multiply the number of ones by the denominator and add it to the numerator Thus, 5 X 10 = 50 50 + 8 = 58 There are 58 tenths
The number 5 is in the tenths place.
Left of the decimal is "1s" The first number to the right of the decimal is TENTHS, the next number right would be "100ths" so there would be 5 tenths and 6/100ths left over.
The number 7 is in the tenths place value
No matter the number, the tenths place is the first to the right of the decimal point. In numbers with no decimal point, the tenths place is zero.
Mark off your number line in tenths. That's 2.2 and 3.1
The decimal number of two and four tenths is: 2.4
The digit in the tenths place of the number 0.3554 is the digit 3.
The number '8' is in the tenths place.
The number in the tenths place is 1.
The 5 is in the tenths column.
79 and 7/10 A mixed number is a whole number with a fraction. .7 represents the tenth place or how many tenths so it is 7 tenths or 7/10.
4 tenths = 0.4 Number of 40s in 0.4 = 0.4/40 = 0.01