0.3 would be 3 tenths0.03 would be 3 hundredths0.003 would be 3 thousandths
3 and 852 thousandths as a decimal = 3.852
The thousandths place is 3 after the decimal place. That is, 1 thousandth would be 0.001 To write any number of thousandths, you put the unit of that number in the thousandths place, the tens of the number in the tenths place, and so on. In this case, we want to write 648 thousandths, so that would be written as 0.648
Seven and seven hundred twelve thousandths would be written as 7.712The "and" tells you where the decimal goes, "thousandths" tells you how many places there will be in the decimal part of your answer (3 decimal places for thousandths), and seven hundred twelve tells you how many thousandths there will be.
2 and 3/1000 = 2.003
Three thousands = 3000.0 Three thousandths = 0.003
Seven hundred five thousandths in decimal form is 0.705. First, because you know it's in thousandths you know there will be three decimal places (1 for tenths, 2 for hundredths, and 3 for thousandths). So then you simply write out seven hundred five as 705 and add the decimal point in front of it.
In fraction form: 2 3/1000 In decimal form: 2.003
It is 405.308
It is 9.7*10-3.
It is: 0.003 as a decimal or 3/1000 as a fraction
As a fraction 17/10,000 or as a decimal 0.0017 or in standard form 1.7*10-3
3 and 30/1000 as a decimal is 3.030 or simply as 3.03
Generally, whole numbers that have no digits after the decimal point are not written as decimalsm but if it is, 30000 would be written as 30000. or 30000.0 or with as many zeros as you like after the decimal point, though the decimal point and zeros are not necessary.
9.791Thousandth indicates that the last decimal is in the thousandths place, the third place to the right of the decimal point. .001 would be one thousandth, and .052 would be fifty-two thousandths. The nine at the beginning signifies that there is a number before the decimal place. For instance, three and four hundredths would be 3.04. Nine and seven hundred ninety-one thousandths is written 9.791. Note: Thousands is in the fourth place to the left of the decimal place, eg. 3 thousand is 3,000. Do not confuse thousands and thousandths; they are very different.
Three thousandths as a fraction is 3/1000 or 0.003 as a decimal
the "thousandths place". To determine the place, start at the decimal point, and to the right of the decimal point, the order is "tenths", "hundredths", "thousandths", "ten-thousandths", "hundred-thousandths", "millionths" and so on. In 192955.193007 the 3 is the third place to the right of the decimal so its in the "thousandths place".