a form of decimal in a math problem
Yes, it can.
It represents a repeating decimal
A period could represent a decimal point.
The numbers 134 as a decimal would be 1.34. This is a math problem.
The number -69 as a decimal would be -6.9. This is a math problem.
When solving a math problem
The thousandths place is the third digit to the right of the decimal point.
73/1000 as a decimal is 73 ÷ 1000 = 0.073The math problem, 73 over 1000 as a decimal is 0.073.
You don't 'answer' a decimal in math. The decimal is the portion of a number which is less than one.
Well, Decimal Point is like a another way of expressing a number like fractions and percents! Decimal point is a part of math and it looks something like this: 9.6 The dot represent for the decimal point.
In problem solving especially word problems, language is used to represent equations.
What is: 19/10 or 1 and 9/10 as a decimal It is: 1.9
There is no "most complicated math problem" because numbers are infinite. However, on very complicated problem is pi=? because pi is a repeating decimal, it would go on forever. Because of that, we usually sorten pi to 3.1415...
a math equation
each # in math can represent a letter Y is second to last letter so Y equals 6.2 or 2.0 it depends on the problem. <3
19.86 - 4.94 math problem = 14.919999999999998
The product in a math is the answer to a multiplication problem.
The rational number for the number -3.20 would be 4/10. This is a math problem.
Decimal addition is adding numbers that are represented in decimal form.
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Periods in Math represent multiplication signs. For example: x.6y = x times 6y. Periods in Math also mean decimal points. For example: 4.5 = four point five