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.
.816 is eight hundred sixteen thousandths in decimal form .816 is eight hundred sixteen thousandths in decimal form .816 is eight hundred sixteen thousandths in decimal form
Expressed as a mixed number, six hundred plus seven hundred-thousandths is equal to 600 7/100000. Expressed as a decimal number, this is equal to 6.00007.
Two hundred twenty-five thousandths would be written as 0.225 in decimal form.
Two and six hundred thousandths in decimal form would be written as 2.00006
One and three hundred thousandths is 1.300 in decimal form.
Seven thousandths would be written as... 0.007
6.00021 The first decimal place is tenths, then hundredths, thousandths, ten-thousandths, hundred-thousandths, etc. 21 hundred-thousandths must end in the hundred-thousandths place.
0.503 If you are thinking of 500.003, that would be five hundred AND three thousandths.
It is 0.00300
You would write it as 0.00001
4.700 It's the same as four and seven tenths 4.7 If you were maybe asking how to write four and seven hundred-thousandths, then it would be: 4 7/100,000 = 4.00007
400.097The question is ambiguous as it could either be the answer above or0.497Actually the first answer is correct. The written out numbers after 'and' is the decimal portion and the ones before 'and' is the whole number.0.497 would just be four hundred ninety-seven thousandths
it is 0.034
The hundred thousandths place is the fifth to the right of the decimal point and would have four zeros in front of it.
Six hundred thirty-seven thousandths (not six hundred and thirty-seven thousandths which would be 600.037)
101.5.47 that's what you said. the correct term would be one hundred one and five hundred forty-seven thousandths 101.547 'and' in math means a decimal. i know the numbers are hard to say without adding 'and' but you'll get used to it