Q: Show you 7023 in expanded form?

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0.9

Generally, we use expanded form when numbers have more than one digit to show how they're constructed. 0.6 has only one digit, so expanded form doesn't really apply.

10 + 7 + 0.6 + 0.001

One hundred five

what is expanded form 0.735

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expanded form is when you show the expanded form of a number example:4+(3 .1)=4.3

0.9

400 + 3 + 0.08

Generally, we use expanded form when numbers have more than one digit to show how they're constructed. 0.6 has only one digit, so expanded form doesn't really apply.

10 + 7 + 0.6 + 0.001

In expanded form it is 20+5.The expanded for is a nice way to break up a number to show how much each digit represents. In the example above it shows we have 2 tens and 5 ones.

It lets you look at the individual terms to see what type rxpression you have.

One hundred five

218003 is the expanded form.

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