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It is the tenths place followed by hundredths followed by thousandths ... etc

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yes. any thing you have on the right side of the decimal point(.) is a decimal:)

In decimal numbers the numeral on the left side of the point are the whole numbers and the numbers on the right of the decimal point are the parts/fractions of a number. So in this decimal number 3.4 ---- 3 is a whole number and 4 is a fraction or part of a whole number. Because there is only one number on the right side the 4 represents 4 tenths. 3.4 can be written as 3 4/10 ( three and four tenths). If there are two numbers on the right side of the decimal point then they are 100ths. So in this number 5.75 the .75 is 75 hundredths = 5 75/100. If there are three numbers on the right side of the decimal point then they are 1000ths. So in this number 12.357 the .357 is 357 thousandths = 12 375/1000.

It makes the value of the orginal number larger.

Parts of a number like 3 tenths always go on the right side of the decimal point. Whole numbers go on the left side of the decimal point 3 tenths = .3

You mean fraction. Fractor isn't a word at all. To convert a repeating decimal to a fraction, first multiply the decimal by 100. Ignore the digits on the right side of the decimal point and keep the number that is on the left side of the decimal point. Divide this number by 99 and simplify if necessary to get the fraction.

26 is greater. 26 is a whole number 0.3 is a decimal number, in decimal numbers the whole numbers go on the left side of the decimal point and the parts of a number (fractions) go on the right side of the decimal point. So . 3 is not even a whole number.

Any number is converted to a decimal by writing the integer part on the left side of the decimal point and the fractional part on the right side of the decimal point. The first place on the left side of the decimal point is called the ten's. After that, we have the hundred's, thousand's, ten-thousands, etc. On the right hand side of the decimal point, we have the tenth's, hundredth's, thousandth's, ten thousandth's, etc. So four hundred nine and one-tenth is 409.1.

4.00 is larger. The whole numbers are always on the left side of the decimal point. The frations or parts are on the right side of the decimal point. So 4 is a whole number .004 is 4 parts of a whole number, it is 4/1000

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No. 8mm can be written as 8.0mm For decimal numbers the numbers on the left hand side of the decimal point are whole numbers and the numbers on the right hand side of the decimal point are parts of numbers, fractions. 0.8 is not a whole number. 8.0 is a whole number so .8 and 8. are not the same

There are 2. An easy trick is if there is a decimal point cross off all the 0s directly afte the decimal point until you come to a number that is not a 0. any number after that is significant. If there is not a decimal point come from the right side of the number and cross of all he 0s until you come to another number

Rounding off means rounding to the nearest integer, thereby eliminating any numbers to the right of the decimal point. If the numbers on the right side of the decimal point are greater than, or equal to 0.5 (e.g. 2.7), then you delete all the numbers to the right of the decimal point and increase the remaining number by one. If they are not greater than, or equal to 0.5 (e.g. 5.1), then you delete all the numbers to the right of the decimal point and leave the remaining number as it is.In the case of 4.99 the numbers to the right of the decimal point are greater than 0.5 so we delete the numbers to the right of the decimal (4.99) then increase the remaining number by one (4+1=5). The answer is 5.

No, same number. When a number is to the RIGHT of the decimal point, you could add zeros to the right side and not change the value. Two tenths and twenty hundredths are the same.

look for the number of digits that are at the right side of the decimal and put that number of zeros after 1 in the denominator. for example 1.25 = 125/100 the number of digits at the right side of the decimal point are 2 and we put 2 zeroes after 1 in the denominator. Second example: 0.325 = 325/1000 third example: 23.4566 = 234566/10000

It is the integral or whole part of the number.It is a whole number.

No. 1.4 is a decimal. The number to the left of the decimal point is the whole number, meaning one. If there were a zero on the right side of the decimal point, then it would be 1 teaspoon. However, there is a 4 there. which is equal to 4/10. That is more than a whole teaspoon

No. A whole number will be on the left side of the decimal point. For example, a 2 in 2.43 is a whole number.

Put it off to the right side of the number as R(x)

The "easy" way is to move the decimal point one place to the left and add that new number to the original number. For example, take the number 42:42 (the decimal point is implied and is at the right side)4.2 (the new number)Add those two numbers to get 46.2.Another way is to multiply the number by 1.1, which is the same as 110%.

26/10 2 is a whole number so it goes on the left side of the decimal point = 2.00 6/10 is a fraction so must be converted to a decimal by dividing 6 by 10. Since 6/10 is not a whole number the answer (divided by 10) goes on the right side of the decimal point. = .6 The answer is 2.6 any number over ten is .something. EG 3/10 is .3, 7/10 is .7, 5/10 = .5

In decimal numbers the whole number is always written on the left side of the decimal point. Parts or fractions are written on the right of the decimal point. 3.7 has 3 whole numbers 0.370 has got no whole numbers it only has parts of a whole number (37/100) So what do you think, which one is greater

1.43 multiplied by 10 is 14.3. Remember if you multiply any decimal by a factor of 10 then the decimal point will move right side.

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When you multipy 45.3 by 10 it yields 453. If you multiply any decimal by a factor of 10 then the decimal point will move right side.

4 3/4 - the whole number 4 goes on the left side of the decimal point 4.3/4 is .75 (this is a fact worth remembering) .75 goes on the right side of the decimal pointSo as a decimal 4 3/4 is 4.75Other fractions as decimals that you should remember:1/2 = .501/4 = .25