First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth
Some number x is added to 7 for every number in the sequence. So, the second number is 7+x, the third number is 7+2x... So the tenth number is 7+9x = 34. Solve for x, x=3. The fifth number is 7+4x, which is 7+(4*3), which is 19
if u have a baby by your fifth cousin and its your second one and your first one was very healthy will your second one be too
First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth.
One tenth mile per second.One tenth mile per second.One tenth mile per second.One tenth mile per second.
First, Second, Fourth, Third, Eighth, Seventh, Sixth, Fifth, Ninth, Tenth, etc, etc...
The answer is 15. One fifth of 12,000 is 600. One quarter of 600 is 150. One tenth of 150 is 15 !
Yes, one fifth and one tenth are fractions.
Yes one fifth is more than one tenth.
217.7 a tenth is the first number after the decimal place. If the second number after the decimal place is 5 or more than you round up (i.e. from 7 to), but in this case the second number is less than 5 so you round down to .7
Tenth is the ordinal number for ten. Other ordinal numbers are first second fourth sixth twenty first etc
No. Half of one tenth is 1/20. To get 1/5 take two 'one tenth's ie twice of one tenth is one fifth.
The answer you're looking for - is 30.
The tenth number is ten. The number ten is the tenth digit in the numbering system that is used in most of the world. This number is also the second place in a series of numbers beginning with the ones followed by the tens and hundreds.
it is the first decimal number
It's the tenth part of a second or 1/10 = 0.1 => It's the tenth of a second.
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The value of number nine in the number 4.9 is number position named the tenth. The tenth is the first number after the decimal point in this case it is the number nine.
It is the first number to the right of the decimal.