100 thous (thousandths) in one tenth.
100 of them.
One hundred thousandths reduces to one tenth.
The opposite of itself, so you would basically need a thousand thousandths to make one whole.
One millimetre is equal to one tenth of a centimetre.
one tenth plus one hundredth plus five thousandths
The answer is 0.1
One thousand thousandths make one
There is one thousandths of one.
There are 1000 thousandths in one.
One tenth can be written as the fraction 1/10. To see how many 1000s are in it, multiply the top and bottom by 100 since 10x100 is 1000. You have 100/1000 which tells you there are 100 thousands in 1/10
A hundred thousandths. Although one tenth would be easier.
One tenth of one
It would be 0.1! Your welcome!
no .05 is 5 hundredths, meaning that it takes one hundred hundredths to make a whole whereas .1 is one tenth meaning to takes only ten tenths to make a whole, same with thousandths and ten thousandths etc.
three plus one tenth plus six thousandths equals three and one hundred and six thousandths
You make eight and one tenth 8.1 to be a decimal.
Three and one hundred thousandths which is equivalent to Three and one tenth
the right of the decimal 0.0000 1st one to the right=tenths 2nd one to the right=hunredths 3rd one to the right=thousandths 4th one=ten thousandths aint that right ?
There are one thousand thousandths of an inch in one inch.
Decima means ten. So, one tenth is 0.1, one hundredth is 0.01, one thousandth is 0.001.