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The number to the right of the decimal point represents tenths.

The number to the left of the decimal point represents units (or ones) and in each unit there are ten tenths.

So there are 2 tenths (to the right of the decimal point)

and 6 x 10 = 60 tenths represented by the number on the left.

Add these together and you get 62 tenths in 6.2

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