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4 and three tenths as a decimal = 4.3

The exact form would be 69/10 (sixty-nine tenths). The decimal form would be 6.9. The mixed number form would be 6 9/10 (six nine-tenths).

3.9

Three tenths (3/10) as a percentage is written as 30%. In decimal form it would be written as ".3".

14.3

300% in decimal form is 3.0. Which would be pronounced as: Three and zero tenths.

12 and three tenths = 12 + 3/10 = 12 + (3 ÷ 10) = 12 + 0.3 = 12.3

No, the simplest form would be two and four fifths.

1.8 = one and eight tenths

In a tenth, you move the decimal over on place (to the right). For example, if you are writing eight-tenths, it would be 8/10 which is .8.

Because 53 tenths would equal 5.3, Then number 802 and 53 tenths would be: 807.3

I would say .3333333333...

since 1/10th or ( one - tenth ) is equal to 0.1 decimal ; then , 8/10 must be = 0.8

That is the decimal : seven and eight tenths (seven point eight).The mixed number would be 7 8/10 or 7 4/5.

You write seventy-eight and three tenths (78.3) in standard form as 7.83 Ã— 101

.48; the first number behind the decimal point is tenths, the next is hundredths, if there was a third number it would be in the thousandths place, ten thousandths, etc . (decimal point, 4 (tenths place, 8 is in the hundredths place = .48

42 and seven tenths = 42.7 in decimal

it would look like this 2.3

3.04 written in words would be, three and four hundredths. One decimal place is tenths, two is hundredths, three would be thousandths.

the correct way to have 3 tens in decimal would be 30.0. Unless you meant 3 tenths, then it would be 0.3.

Not quite. Because the last number after the decimal point is a zero, we can forget that zero exists as it holds no information. Because numbers after the decimal are moving in the opposite direction to the numbers before the decimal, a zero to the right means nothing, the same as if the first number on the left before the decimal was a zero (example 0100 is 100, the 0 at the beginning means nothing to us).So your number is essentially 0.348. We have 3 tenths, 4 hundredths, and 8 thousandths. So we are going to express this number as thousandths because that is the placing of the last number. Then just read the number after the decimal in the same way you would read a number before the decimal, in this case 348 or three hundred and forty-eight.So your answer is three hundred and forty-eight thousandths.If you were looking for an answer in cents, as in the original number is actually $0.3480, this is different. The tenths and hundredths place after the decimal are whole cents, so the number becomes 34.8 cents (The 34 has become whole numbers and the 8 has moved into the tenths position). This would be worded as thirty-four and eight tenths cents (or the lazy version, thirty-four point eight cents).

You would simply put it as 12.8 It's not any more complicated than that.

Seventeen thousand, eight hundred eighty-three and four tenths.

The answer would be 2.8 in decimal form, the answer would be two and eight-tenths in fraction form and the answer would be 2.8% in percentage form.

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