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1 tenth is greater than 9 hundredths.

Ten hundredths equal a tenth. For example, when you add 1 hundredth (0.01) to 9 hundredths (0.09), you get 1 tenth (0.1).

9 hundredths

1/10 of 9 is 0.9. 0.99 is 1/10 larger (/100, x110%). So 9 would be in the hundredths position

1/10= .10= 10%9/100= .09= 9%Thus, 1/10 is bigger than 9/100.

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1 tenth is greater than 9 hundredths.

Ten hundredths equal a tenth. For example, when you add 1 hundredth (0.01) to 9 hundredths (0.09), you get 1 tenth (0.1).

9 hundredths

one tenth is greater than 9 hundredths

9 ones + 1 tenth + 5 hundredths

1/10 of 9 is 0.9. 0.99 is 1/10 larger (/100, x110%). So 9 would be in the hundredths position

its not 0.09 (nine hundredths) 0.1 (one tenth)

One tenth = ten hundredths so you multiply by 10.

There are 100 hundredths in each 1. There are 10 tenths in each 1. This means there are 10 hundredths in each tenth. Therefore, there are 5 tenths in 50 hundredths. 1 tenth = .1. 1 hundredth = .01. 50 hundredths = .50. Divide one tenth into 50 hundredths = .50/.1 = 5.

9 one thousands = 90 (tens, tenths,thousands, or hundredths)

0.12

0.198 is very close to .2, or one fifth (1/5) of a thing. The 9 is in the hundredths column, which means that the nine contributes 9 one hundredths of the over-all nearly 1/5.